The 100% knot strength myth is exactly that a myth and we are very confident when you make up this testing machine and test your own rigs or our competitors you will see why we are better.. Being mainly a freshie, I don't use the rig that much I use a 3 way swivel. Most use a link ledger and call it a paternoster, but it presents the bait totally differently. All there is to it is a John Roberts Paternoster Boom on the line above the trace. I'm sorry for being pedantic, but if we're going to discuss rigs, especially without pictures, … On a two or three hook flapper rig, the lower snood can … I have noticed in a number of the paternoster rigs in the pictures the rigs are made up with 3 way swivels with fairly long droppers coming off them. The paternoster rig is by far the best way to set up for bottom fishing and is just basically a 2m piece of mono leader with a loop on the bottom for a sinker and two short lengths of line off the sides about 60cm apart. Forage fish, like bream, whiting or dart, will often be in one spot waiting for the food to come to them. We made up this testing rig on the cheap so you yourself can copy it and test your own rigs. Things have moved on. A paternoster rig with a star or other type of “anchor” sinker will keep my bait in the strike zone. John Wilson illustrates paternoster rigs extensively for carp and tench - however remember how old the books are Weeman. NYT reporter booted from Trump rally after mask tweet. This is why I prefer to fish deads on a different paternoster rig. Use the Uni-Knot for making all the connections, unless the hook has a turned up or turned down eye - in which case connect the hook with the Snell Knot. was wondering if someone could do a diagram of where the knots and loops go as i'm abit confused with all these dropper loops and knots. Opener ratings an unpleasant surprise for NFL I have been using dropper loops using the "twisted dropper loop" method which makes the loop stand out proud from the main line. It's only a true paternoster if the lead link is longer than the hooklength. The tube on the line to the bait is a great idea, I'll use it a Bonnie Doon I don't like knots in my line unless, I'm using 20lb line for 1lb fish (e.g. One that I've also used for trolling. If you must use a paternoster then attach the lead link to the mainline with a running swivel and 'fix' it with a … double snell on a paternoster rig Thu, 2014-07-03 11:47 Guys thanks for all your responses. One that fell for a paternostered sardine: Again it is pretty simple. For this reason, I use a basic running sinker rig initially with a reasonably light ball sinker so the rig can move. Morning Bob, Graham is right,I use a paternoster rig for all my flood fishing,and also come from a match background,having been shown the rig and it's effectiveness back in the eighties,by the likes of Colin Bennett,Graham Price,Paul Clee,all top Severn floodwater specialists,and who I fished with in a group called Star Match. There is a reason we are showing this on a paternoster rig which has 5 failure points. flatties) I was taught that a knot in our line, weakens your line That's why I use … Bit of a clue there as to why it's called the flapper rig. 'Fuller House' star won't apologize for intimate pic.
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