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Micro Rig Swivel
At Korda we have always prided ourselves on developing new products from ones already on the market that did not meet our own high standards. We are conscious to not simply put our version of a product in a packet and sell it.
In this case we had no intention of selling micro swivels as several other companies already sell them but none of them sell non-reflective ones. This may seem like a small improvement but believe me it makes a BIG difference! Whilst filming Part 6 of the Underwater series we saw carp spooking off of the 'glint' of the swivel. We know it was not the hook they were spooking from because it was covered with an artificial bloodworm sold by pure fishing. It was uncanny how the fish veered away at the last moment just before picking up the hook bait, bearing in mind the hook was completely covered and we were using a 15lb fluorocarbon hook link we can only assume it was the 'glint' of the swivel.
Micro ring swivels are perfect for use with the 'claw rig'’. They are also ideal for use with D-rigs. They offer better hooking qualities than a solid ring because it allows the hook bait to spin; this stops the rotation of the hook bait preventing the hook from turning inwards and catching hold in the fish's mouth as easily.
If you think about the bait and hook in the fishes mouth, as the hook link is tightened the bait will be dragged a little before the hook catches hold. If it is attached to a solid ring the hook will stop turning into the flesh when the solid ring stops swivelling against the D of the D rig. A micro rig swivel on the other hand will not stop the hook turning in because it does not stop the hook turning at all.
We tie a small hair on one end of the swivel so that the bait is actually pulled onto the barrel of the swivel so only the bottom of the barrel and the bottom eye, which slides on the D or shank of the hook, is exposed, very crafty!
Quick and easy rig changes are a necessary part of carp angling today. The link loop has been specially designed to replace the need for tying a loop in the end of your hook link. The obvious advantage is the increased strength due to the use of a grinner or blood knot used to tie the link loop to the rig, especially when using monofilament or coated hook link materials.
The link loop will fit both sizes of the Stik Klip as well as the Kwik Link. The low diameter steel and drop design is easily pulled through all of the funnel web mesh's using a baiting needle. As with all our metal products the link
loops are finished in a non-reflective coating to give the best camouflage possible.
All you maggot anglers are going to be rubbing your hands because the long-awaited Maggot Klip is now back in stock. It’s even sharper than the original design making threading maggots onto the needle neat and easy.
The Klips are available in a range of different sizes to suit your needs. You can therefore thread on as many maggots as you wish.
The clasp fastens tightly onto the front of the Klip making it safe and easy to utilise. They are fantastic for outwitting pressured carp throughout the summer and winter period.
We’ve also been experimenting with seeds of hemp on the Klips and it works extremely well when bites are hard to come by or when you’re fishing over a spodded concoction of particle.
They come available in X Small, Small, Medium And Large.
Korda Hybrid Rig Rings are a cross breed of the best parts of modern day metal technologies. The silky smooth Teflon coating enhances the effectiveness of rigs incorporating a ring especially when coupled with Korda Hybrid Teflon coated hooks.
Korda rig rings have been specially designed to help the angler create a variety of different rigs for the ever-changing demands required to catch carp today. Available in 4 sizes and finished in black to aid concealment, ideal when combined with the Hybrid range of Teflon coated hooks, the presentation's are endless.
Korda Silicone Tubing is perfect for holding the hair in place on the hook, stopping tangles and helping the hook to catch hold more efficiently! For optimum results combine the Korda Hybrid accessories range to create some super efficient terminal tackle!
In 2003 we released the increasingly popular Run Rig kits, after this we received a massive demand for the silicone sleeves to be sold separately. We found that by using a small piece to cover the swivel on the lead it kept everything neat and tidy but more importantly offered much better camouflage. They are also the perfect size to fit over our Kwik-links as well as the newly released Stik-Klip.
We started off manufacturing them in weedy green but have now extended the range by adding a silty brown version. No other company produces such a wide range of colours because no other company has seen how much difference it can make. We shall continue to strive for better ways of fooling the most wary of carp.
To fit, thread piece of line through eye of swivel or Kwik-link and then through sleeve, wet metal item with saliva and pull on sleeve. Sleeves may need to be cut down for some applications.
Korda Rubbers have become some what of an institution when it comes to finishing off a rig, they were originally designed as a purpose made connector between the top of an in line lead and the rig tube. At the time we were all using Ritchworth Tadpole rubbers and cutting them down, they did the job but were a little rough around the edges.
Our own rubbers concentrated on one thing, connecting the lead and the tube leaving little or no lip for the hooklink to tangle around on the cast.
Since then we have designed our own lead clips to fit the rubbers already made for the top of an in line, people also slide the lead down onto a rubber semi fixed over the hooklink swivel so if the line breaks the lead can pull off the rubber down the tube and off the end of the line, a semi fixed rig that turns into a running rig.
They have a multitude of other applications, being of high quality rubber compound they will stretch over many things to conceal or neaten a part of the rig, some people use them at the end of the hooklink as it joins the swivel for neatness and who are we to argue.
Korda Lead Clips - NEW LEADCLIPS IN STOCK
The Korda Lead Clips have been specially designed designed to hold the lead on the cast and eject the lead should it become snagged. Accept a size 8 swivel. Pack of 10. NOW COME IN 2 COLOURS: WEED/SILT or GRAVEL/CLAY
HYBRID LEAD CLIP
The Hybrid Lead Clips have finally arrived after an extensive three-year testing and development period.
This was necessary in order to ensure the clips performed at peak performance in terms of both fish safety and rig efficiency; an objective we feel we have achieved in full!
The Hybrid lead clip design features an integrally moulded Ring Swivel ensuring that the swivel simply cannot pull free from its housing.
This forces lead ejection in the event of it becoming jammed ensuring that carp can be landed easily in weedy, snaggy conditions.
The streamlined one-piece design means there are no fiddly locking pegs or hinges to worry about - just connect the leader to one end and the rig to the other!
The up rated arm allows leads up to 5ozs to be cast safely even at extreme range and the clip is available in all four of the key translucent Safe Zone colours: weedy green, clay, gravel and silt.
Anti Tangle Sleeves
Korda anti tangle sleeves have been specially desinged to reduce tangles and push the hooklink away from the lead system. Coated hook links such as Hybrid or fluorocarbons like IQ work best when the hooklink is laid out straight and away from the lead system.
Size 8 Swivel
The humble swivel completes the whole rig set up and since it is almost the last connection between you and the carp it needs to be reliable. We have always bought swivels from the same source, until our suppliers’ supplier merged with a new company. The stocks were mixed and some were not as good quality so we immediately set about sourcing an alternative. They say that from every adversity comes an equal or greater benefit and in this case the swivels we located came from Japan - arguably the best swivel manufacturers in the world. They matched the size of the originals exactly, improved the breaking strain and reliability, and made them in a lovely dull grey tint. This was an online improvement, which affected only a marginal increase in price - 10 per cent over 10 years! The swivels have round eyes because they are stronger than diamond eyes, if this were not the case then hooks would be made with diamond eyes! They fit just about everything that we make including - the Inline Leads, Lead Clips, Running Rigs, Shok Beads and Rubbers, what more can we say!
Size 8 Ring Swivel
When these first came onto the market they were extremely expensive and to be honest we all felt that a loop in the end of a stiff rig (which is what they were introduced for) created a more flexible pivot point anyway. However, you the angler, demanded a Size 8 so we sourced one and at a far better price than the competition. More recently we have managed to persuade our Japanese supplier of standard swivels to supply the same swivel with a ring on the end at a very competitive price. They now come in the dull grey finish as well, another little edge bearing in mind we have seen from our underwater filming that carp are frightened by the 'glint' of a swivel or hook in clear shallow water when the sun is out. Besides creating a pivot point for stiff rigs, the ring swivel serves as a massive advantage to most rigs - it allows the hook link to lay flat against the rig tube or leadcore during the cast. This dramatically reduces the risk of a tangle - it sounds far fetched but it's true. Danny first learned about this in a qualifier for the British Champs. A competitor had a ring swivel on his controller set up which seemed strange, so I asked why to which he replied: “you don't get tangles with a ring swivel on, even with long, light hook links!” I have used a loop, ring swivel and Kwik link ever since. It's true that you never stop learning. For a time, I started lassoing my hook links on using the ring swivel. Simply tie an overhand loop in the end of the hook link, pass it through the ring of the ring swivel and then pass the end of the hook link through the loop and pull tight. Hey presto the hook link is attached. Simply reverse the procedure then un-attach the hook link - very simple and very fast.
Size 11 Flexi Ring Swivels
A tiny ring swivel was needed to complete the range and is ideal for creating a hinge in a stiff pop-up rig, made famous by the great Terrence Hearn himself. That rig is regarded by many as a big fish rig and is usually fished as a single bait or over small amounts of offerings. We would couple it with our own Wide Gape pattern of hook and one of our small rig rings. Once the short, stiff pop-up section is tied we recommend you pull it very tightly over the steam to take the angle out of the stiff material as it leaves the inside of the eye of the hook. This steaming makes that last section much straighter and the hook will then stand more upright ready for action. In more recent years, the small ring swivels have been used on a new Rotary rig, where the ring swivel is tied via the ring to end of the hook link. The point of a longshank hook is then slid through the eye of the swivel at the other end. The hook bait is usually sliding on a small rig ring between two float stops - the top one on the bend of the hook, the bottom one half way down the shank. Fished in conjunction with a pop-up, this rig is said to be almost impossible to eject and big fish men like Dave Lane have used it to great success.
Big Eye Swivels
Adding to the range by popular demand, these swivels have one very large round eye and one normal size one. As with all our swivels, they come from the best Japanese manufacturers and have our trademark 'anti glint' dull, grey finish. THREE MAJOR USES Firstly, they make very smooth running rigs when used as a replacement to the swivels found on the top of our leads. They were originally designed as part of the running rig kits. But, after too many enquiries to mention, we had to add them to the range. The second obvious use is for helicopter rigs. The large eye will rotate better if a large bead is used, whereas a smaller swivel would bump around the larger beads circumference. In other words, the large eye will slide effortlessly around it. They can also be used at the top of a link for the marker float - the large eye will allow the line to pull through that bit easier than a standard swivel. No doubt you will find other uses we have not even thought of yet.
The Korda Kwik Link has been specially designed to aid the angler to change the size of lead on our Running Rig. However, it has a multitude of uses and can be used for anything that needs to be attached or removed quickly and easily, such as a marker float.
Danny says: “I now use the Kwik Links for all of my fishing. I attach the link to the swivel that is held inside the inline or lead clip. I then tie an overhand loop in the end of the hook link making sure I tighten the knot fully, especially when I use the Hybrid material.
“It is actually best to tighten the knots over steam to ensure that it beds down fully. I slide a small length of our new 3mm Silicone Sleeve onto the hook link before clipping it onto the Kwik Link. I then slide the silicone up over the Kwik Link to stop any chance of the hook link unthreading during the cast.
“I can now change hook links within seconds and I do not have to pull the swivel in and out of the lead clip. This prevents any wear and tear and so extends the working life of each clip. The longer the swivel stays in the firmer the grip becomes. This ensures the lead will pull off the clip if it gets snagged during the fight.”
The 'Ring Klip' has been specially designed for the easy attachment of hook links. The unique design allows greater movement due to the ring section of the clip. It can be easily attached to a swivel and used with a lead clip or fished between the beads on a helicopter style set up.
The Stik Klip has been designed for the easy attachment of hooklinks that use a loop at one end when using the 'stick method'.
Crucial for speedy and secure rig changes.
Run Rig Kit
Korda Hybrid Running Rigs are a cross breed of the best parts of modern running rigs. The large eye of the special swivel creates very little friction, greatly enhancing bite indication. The small lead link and silicone sleeve combine to form a very neat, tangle free system. The rig can be left on your rods, minus the lead, in between sessions too, maximising bank time. Running rigs offer better indication of what is happening at the rig end. When fish are picking up the rig and getting away with it, running rigs will show this more accurately. Using low-stretch monos will also greatly enhance the indication. This way you can shorten the hook link or make the hook bigger to turn pick-ups into runs. A running rig also acts totally differently to a semi-fixed set-up when the carp picks up the bait because the lead will always run away from the fish. This can work well on waters where standard bolt rigs are overfished. Some long-range anglers favour the running systems because they can be sure that the lead will easily slide over the shockleader knot and off of the end of the line should the line be cut during the fight or should they crack off, sending the rig out a distance that makes it even more likely to be picked up. We have designed this new system to make it easy to set up a true, low-friction running rig that registers bites more effectively and has superb anti-tangle qualities. It can be used with either rig tubing or lead core and as always is totally compatible with all Korda components.
Korda's Shok Bead has been specially designed for a multitude of uses. Its unique shape helps to prevent tangles and the cavity will hold a swivel within it securely. Ideal for running rigs or for using with marker floats or any set up that requires a buffer type bead.
Sinking Kamo Rig Tube
Not only does rig tubing stop the hook link from wrapping around the main line on the cast preventing a tangle, it also stops the fish coming in contact with the line during the fight. This is a vital safety aspect of the rig which we feel should not be ignored.
Danny has actually seen a carp roll on the line as it was being played and watched as scales fluttered down to the lake bed. When the carp was landed it had several white marks where the scales used to be. This was from a method feeder where no tubing was required because the hook link was squashed inside the method ball so it could not tangle.
But, for the sake of having some tubing on which if you use it right does not have to spook the carp, you will ensure the fish stay as perfect as the moment they made the mistake of wanting your hook bait!
Our tubing has a matt finish, which makes it harder to see underwater and most importantly easy to thread. It comes in three colours, all of which sink without the need for putty. Having said that, we have seen from the underwater footage that the better the rig is pinned to the lake bed the less scared the carp will be.
It is also better to get the colour of the tube exactly right for the spot you are fishing and then weight it with extra putty. Our underwater experience tells us our colours are right and extra putty can only enhance the whole set up but is not as essential as getting the colour right.
CAMOUFLAGED WEED - suits silkweed on the bottom and the vast majority of lake bed where a small amount of bottom weed/algae is present. Check out Part 2 of the Underwater Films to see just how much weed can be out there when you would never know it.
SILT - perfect for silty waters and gravel pits where there is a lot of sediment collected, even on the gravel spots. Danny recalls: “I started fishing the wonderful Savay Lake on a winter day ticket many years ago. It was superb to be feeling the lead/marker pulling over all that gravel, up the sides of bars and through silty gullies, real textbook stuff!
“After some plumbing I tried pulling the float and lead through the margins which looked like they had a shallow layer or silt on top of gravel. The feeling matched what I had felt on the tops of he bars, really profound tremors as the lead bounced over the gravel. However, the lead was out of sight under the silt, I could not see it under the rod tip in a foot of water. So, never assume just because you can feel gravel that there is not a layer of sediment on top of it. Check what it's like in the edge before deciding on what’s out there.”
GRAVEL - very light green and excellent on clean gravel bottoms, perfect for gravel pits. This one can be excellent in one part of the swim and looking like a laser beam in another. On clean gravel it's great but over silt or weed it stands out like a sore thumb. It sounds like a lot of messing about but matching your rig to the colour of the lake bed it will be lying on will get you more bites. Part 3 of the underwater series has good examples of this.
CLAY - blends in nicely to any lake bed with clay and sand.
Always cut the line to a point and straighten it out first before trying to thread it down the tube. Curly line with a flattened end is almost impossible to thread! Our tube comes in large packets so the coils are kept as big as possible. It is also very supple so it straightens straight out of the packet.
In winter, it may be necessary to warm it through your fingers to straighten it out before threading. If you take tubing off and you’re intent to reuse it then slide it up and down a tight line to get the silt etc out of the middle. It is dry gunk up inside the tube, which makes it so hard to thread a second time.
You can leave line inside it and use it to pull a new bit through next time by simply tying an overhand knot around the new line and carefully pulling through. If you are pushing the tube into the top of a rubber, then cut it to a point before threading. The pointed tube pushes much easier into the rubber.
Never glue the join as it makes it brittle, which will then snap after repeated use. When your tube has finally come to the end of its life cut it up into inch lengths put it in your tackle box and use it for hair stops, that's what I do.
A compact hooklength weight, made from heavy tungsten, designed to slide onto your hook link and ultimately pin it to the lake bed to keep your hooklength out of the carp’s way. Simply place your hook link material through one of the Sinker sections and slide the weight on. Moistening the hooklength will allow it to slide much easier. The great thing about a Sinker is that it stays in position rather than flying off on the cast like putty may. Available in Safezone colours to camouflage into the lake bed and two separate sizes.
Safe Zone' has basically come about through filming the State of the Art Underwater Carp Fishing films. There can be no better way of learning about carp's behaviour around rigs than actually filming them in their natural environment. Every time we make a film there is no way we can show all the underwater footage that we record, it has to be edited severely just to get the films down to 4 hours!
Sadly this means that many of the patterns that emerge as a result of watching the fish non-stop cannot be fully shown in the films. Watching a pattern emerge is quite simply priceless, each film has shown something new but one common theme runs through them all,'THE FISH KNOW THEY ARE BEING FISHED FOR!
Make no mistake the rig you are using at this very moment can be seen by the carp, and the brighter the sun and the clearer the water the more it stands out. Fortunately competitive feeding and being lucky enough for the rig to lay right every now and again does lead to captures. However, don’t kid yourself, your rigs ability to blend into its background will affect your run rate. I have seen that the less they feel they are being fished for the more bites you will get.
This totally unique experience has shown me that if we can create a 'Safe Zone' around the hook bait then we will get more bites. This is why we are the only company selling several different colours of all our rig items so that you have the option of matching your rig to the lake bed it will be resting on. So how do we know the new Safezone leaders really do blend in?
Because we actually took samples of the different types of lake bed and sent them to the manufacturers so they could colour match to some actual Silk Weed, Gravel, Silt and Clay. To you and I the colours may not look right but simply drop them in on the type of lake bed we say they are suited to and watch them disappear. We have even added a Clear colour to compliment the range.
THERE ARE 2 TYPES
The leader with a size 8 ring swivel on the end is best used with our inline leads, lead clips, running rigs and method feeders. Once wet all these types of lead system will easily slip over the tungsten collars and the welded loop at the end of the leader. When the leaders are dry, products such as inline leads and method feeders will stick to the tungsten sections and you will think they are unsafe. However, when wet they slip over them with ease and lets face it when underwater they'll always be moist.
Secondly, there is the Hybrid Lead Clip Leader which feature the safest lead clip possible fixed into a swivel, followed by a matching Tail Rubber.
All the leaders have two lengths of tungsten melted onto them one third and two thirds of the way down the length to ensure the whole leader sinks to the lake bed on a slack line. Compare them to anything else on the market and it is blatantly obvious a great deal of thought has gone into them. We have made them in 1m lengths, which is longer than the original versions.
KABLE LEADERCORE LEADERS -
The NEW ready tied leadcore leaders have now reached the shelves, available in both ‘Ring Swivel’ and ‘Leadclip’ versions.
The leadcore leaders are available in both colours of the Kable leadcore, gravel brown and weed/silt. The Kable leadcore features a unique multi-colour sheath, which we have found perfectly matches the lakebed.
The special low diameter weave ensures that the Kable is the softest and most supple leadcore available. Despite Kable leadcores incredible suppleness its strength is not compromised, having a 50lb breaking strain.
The Kable Ring Swivel Leadcore Leaders have been developed for use with either in-line lead set ups or Lead clip arrangements. The leader comprises a 1m length of Kable leadcore spliced to a size 8 Ring Swivel which is glued for added security.
The Kable Leadclip Leadcore Leaders ensure the lead will safely eject if required and are ideal for weedy/snaggy venues. The specially designed clip locks the swivel in place via a removable locking pin. This leader also comprises of a 1m length of Kable leadcore spliced to a size 8 Ring Swivel which is glued for added security.
Korda Dark Matter Tungsten Rig Putty
The release of Dark Matter Tungsten Putty brings rig putty into a new era.
The Gravel Brown version has been blended to match the more gravelly, spots found on many gravel pits. Gone are the days when you had to heat your putty on the kettle to make it workable - Dark Matter is super malleable, allowing easy moulding round swivels, Sinkers, tubing or main line.
The Weed Green version has been blended to match our Weed Green Safe Zone components and practically disappear over many lake bed types. Gone are the days when you had to heat your putty on the kettle to make it workable - Dark Matter is super malleable, allowing easy moulding round swivels, Sinkers, tubing or main line.
Once you've used Dark Matter putty, you won't go back to using anything else.
Korda Dark Matter Tungsten Rig Tube
Our Gravel Brown tubing has been coloured to closely match the lake bed conditions found in many of our lakes. The sheer weight of this tubing will ensure that it will sink into the softer lake beds and disappear completely.
Our Weed Green tubing has been coloured to closely match the lake bed conditions found in many of our more weedy venues. However, it's also well matched to silty conditions due to its darker colour. The sheer weight of this tubing will ensure that it will sink into the softer lake beds and disappear completely
It is easy to thread, which was of huge concern to the product-development team when they were testing early samples. Dark Matter tubing comes supplied in 2m packages. It lends itself perfectly to all manner of presentations, including lead clip and inline lead systems. This tubing sets a new benchmark so if you use tubing, then you'd be mad not to check it out.
KABLE LEADCORE in 7m & 25m
Our Weed/Silt Kable has been designed for use over the sort of choddy, weedy, silty lake beds that the chod rig was designed for. Rather than simply producing a 'me-too' product, the product development team, headed up by Adam Penning, decided to try a unique, banded camo pattern. The carefully selected, alternating bands of subtle colour have the effect of breaking up the outline of your leader, making it practically melt into the lake bed.
Weed/Silt Kable has a breaking strain of 50lb and is available on 7m and 25m spools. It splices extremely well, producing strong loops for easy connection to the rest of your terminal tackle and main line. If you're looking for the perfect leadcore then you've just found it...
Our Gravel Kable has been designed for use over the harder, clay, sand and gravel spots that are found on many of our venues. Rather than simply producing a 'me-too' product, the product development team, headed up by Adam Penning, decided to try a unique, banded camo pattern. The carefully selected, alternating bands of colour have the effect of breaking up the outline of your leader, making it practically melt into the lake bed. Gravel Kable has a breaking strain of 50lb and is available on 7m and 25m spools. It splices extremely well, producing strong loops for easy connection to the rest of your terminal tackle and main line. If you're looking for the perfect leadcore then you've just found it...
These were designed for use with the 'Safe Zone' flying back leads. The hole inside the bead is tapered so if it is fished with the larger hole facing towards the rod then it will pass more easily over a leader knot. The small hole will then rest against the top of the anti-tangle system stopping the large bore of the back leads from sliding down the anti-tangle system which would stop the flying back lead 'flying' back on the cast. Purely coincidentally it is perfect for use on the new 'Safe Zone' leaders should you wish to fish them 'chod' style and anchor the hook link on one of the two tungsten collars designed to hold the leader down on the lakebed. They are also ideal for the shocker rig, which incorporates a running inline lead with a back stop set a few inches behind it on one of our new leaders or on a length of rig tube. I'm sure anglers will find a multitude of uses for them.
The Heli Bead Small ID is specially designed to be used as the top stopper on a helicopter rig. It is designed to fit our Kamo Leaders and can be easily slid on via a baiting needle. A must have for all you helicopter rig fanatics out there.
Heli Rubber Sleeves
The Korda 'Safe Zone' Helicopter Sleeve has been specifically designed to cover a Korda Kwik link when it is attached to a 'Safe Zone' Kamo Leader, when using a helicopter or chod style set up. It stops tangles and grips the Kwik Link using a special rubber compound.
Run Rig Rubbers
Our 'Safe Zone' Run Rig Rubbers have been specially designed for use with running rigs incorporating the 'Safe Zone' Kamo Leaders, Leadcore or our Kamo Rig Tube. As you'd expect from Korda these are like no other Run Rig beads available. It was while fishing at big distances on a running rig only water that Danny came up with this new idea. A shoulder has been angled on the rubber at 30 degrees, this means the Big Eyed Swivel holding the lead sits at a much better angle than any standard running rig set up, this will not only minimise the chance of any tangles but will also help get those extra few yards when fishing at long range. The soft rubber compound is designed to hold the swivel and rig tube securely. As with the rest of the 'Safe Zone' Range we have produced these in the four key colours, by matching your components to suit the lake bed you are fishing you'll improve your results ten fold.
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