Link Ledger For Big Carp

Zyvis

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Its a totally forgotten about method that I want to explore
It could be exceptional in deep silt, in effect making a short hooklink act like a longer one whilst all the while giving you extremely direct and sensitive indication
I have the perfect setup (I hope) to stop the lead link tangling with the hooklink, just using well placed beads and semi stiff short hooklink should keep the two lines apart nicely- Its a bit like a reverse helicopter rig but its a running setup - I think some people tie it and get it wrong and make it unsafe, my method will have the lead link running very freely on the main line with a large ringed swivel and nothing whatsoever to stop it sliding
Has anybody else used it and got any thoughts on it. Cheers.
 

Keith M

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I’m often using a link leger when I’m legering for Barbel, Chub and Carp on the smaller rivers.
I never get tangled using it (that’s done it I’ll probably get tangled now I’ve said that :))


The Link leger

Keith
 
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