Very, and for good reason I think.I wonder how popular the carolina rig is over there?
Yea, we added that into the rig based upon the US Bass rig.Strangely I have rarely seen the japanese using glass beads in their rigs in HRF-But they always seem to use them when targetting Bream though??
Nor me Dave. That gem is courtesy of Kevin Van Dam. He's made a few million $ on the Bass and if it's good enough for him....Cheers Keith,
Hadn't thought about the adjusting the leader length, to control the visibility of the lure-Makes sense when you think about it.
I first read about this in a book by Rolland Martin, another gem with a freshwater heritage that works great in salt. Bass respond VERY well to long leader carolina's in boulders, or, just on the backside of them too. The trick is a free running weight for Bass with light weights or, a heavy 'fixed' bolt rig. Again, one often works over another.Metal/Glass does give a very audibal "click" underwater, not much chance of anything missing it.
It is excellent and, i have a copy of it if any locals want to view it. LRF too.Good video, But the Daiwa HRF DVD that Mike Kennard has is better, well shot, plenty of detail on rigs,and rigging the SP.
I wouldn't mind seeing that if possible KeithIt is excellent and, i have a copy of it if any locals want to view it. LRF too.
I also have a great set of 'mooks' book + dvd on rockfishing which is really good. Shows a guy taking fish outr of cracks in rocks etc..