How to Make Carp Hair Rigs?


The Knotless-knot is very simple and easy to easy. First, tie a small loop using an Over-hand knot at one end of your selected hook length material. Using a Boilie Needle, thread the Boilie on to what will be the Hair. Once the Boilie has been threaded on to the Hair a Boilie Stop is pushed through the loop to secure the Boilie in place. Adjust the hair and your desired length. Thread the hook length once more back through the eye of the hook and pull tight. Finally tie a swivel on to the end of the hook length and you’re ready to go.
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