More and more anglers are converting to using glued stops and two-way beads for rig building. Here we walk you through the materials required and the simplest method of producing these shore and boat rigs. Glued rig stops in conjunction
Urfe Rig The urfe rig is a simply constructed, long established rig used extensively in Spain and Portugal particularly for bream species. The urfe clip with its swivel allows the hook length to rotate freely and is relatively tangle free
This rig is designed to fish a large ragworm bait for stingray, the hooks, 1/0, may seem on the small side but the stingray has a comparatively small mouth.
Sometimes, when drop shotting, you need the lure to remain in more or less the same place while still imparting the necessary action to tempt a nearby fish to take. The recoil rig is one method of keeping the lure in the take zone for longer.
Donkey Rig for mid-water to surface fishing with two soft plastic lures.
An excellent rig for wrasse fishing in heavy, rocky, weeded ground.
The weight at the top of the trace helps keep the hooks tight on the bottom and the appropriately sized hooks cope with the comparatively small mouth of the sole.
The principal behind this rig is that of two mini-pulley rigs and provide less resistance to the biting fish. The clips allow this rig to be fished at distance.
The principal behind this rig is that on impact with the sea the swivels will release and the trace will slide down the body to allow the baits to rest on the seabed.