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Everything Needed For Making Pole Rigs

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  • Everything Needed For Making Pole Rigs

    Hi i have decided to make all my own rigs for every fishing situation
    can people list everything they think you should need to make the rigs
    every componement needed for every situation
    I have got
    1)pole floats
    2) shot
    3) olivettes
    4) rubbers
    5) winders

  • #2
    Line & hooks are always handy.
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    • #3
      Elastic to affix rig to winders!
      John - Kingfisher
      Talk Angling Senior Member
      Club Record Holder on Grand Union Canal Knowle:D
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      • #4
        rig anchors they dont always line up on sliding winders
        marker pen to mark float size length of rig and line diameter/strength
        if you put hooks lengths on now mark up the size of hook and diameter /strength of line
        large jar for sussing shotting
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        • #5
          i thought an Olivetti was a printer....did i miss something................loop tier
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          • #6
            Box for hooklenghts. Can never have enough hook lenghts.
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            • #7
              Depth of all waters that you fish. And cases for all them rigs.
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              • #8
                some very long hook lengths so that if you have a float you would like to use and its already on a rig but its not long enouth (happens all the time LMAO) then you can put on your long hook length and your away.
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                • #9
                  May I suggest Preston stotts instead of small shot. The shape makes them much easier to handle.

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                  • #10
                    scissores glasses if needed long plastic bottle with the top took off to make shure the shotting is right or one of the float and shot setings machine length of rigs markers ie on work bench or wall

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                    • #11
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                      • #12
                        Don't know if it would be recommended by everyone but I have a small jar of clear nail varnish to coat my float bodies. Definitely helps prevent the line cutting in to the body when you slide it up & down to adjust the depth - as recommended by Bob Nudd !.

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