MULTI RIG: STEP 1
Ideally you need a hook with an out-turned eye and a coated braid.
MULTI RIG: STEP 2
N-Trap Soft is a great, coated hooklength to tie the rig with.
MULTI RIG: STEP 3
Create a large loop in the material by tying a figure-of-eight knot.
MULTI RIG: STEP 4
Moisten the knot and pull it down tightly using a Korda Pulla.
MULTI RIG: STEP 5
You should be left with a nice loop, like this.
MULTI RIG: STEP 6
Thread the hook onto the loop, like this.
MULTI RIG: STEP 7
Now pop a rig ring onto the loop.
MULTI RIG: STEP 8
Now take the loop over the hook point, like this.
MULTI RIG: STEP 9
Pull the loop down to form a D for the bait to slide on.
MULTI RIG: STEP 10
Make a 5mm break in the coating.
MULTI RIG: STEP 11
Tie your chosen hook bait to the rig ring.
MULTI RIG: STEP 12
Pop a split shot onto the link, just below the break.
MULTI RIG: STEP 13
Now mould some Dark Matter putty around the shot.
MULTI RIG: STEP 14
Now tie your Ring Swivel on using a grinner knot.
MULTI RIG: STEP 15
Moisten the barrel of the knot and ease tight.
MULTI RIG: STEP 16
That's it, the rig is complete.
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This fantastic rig allows you to change your hook within seconds. The Multi Rig, also known as the Jon Mac Rig to many, is only suited to fishing pop-ups. It features a D on the shank of the hook of which your pop-up is attached to via dental floss. Take a look at the sequence to learn how to tie this big carp rig.
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