Pop-ups which have been pierced and threaded onto a hair rig are more likely to absorb water and lose buoyancy. - E-S-P Super Floss has a wide, flat profile which grips the pop-up securely without cutting in, even when the bait has swollen slightly. - The pop-up can then be tied to a rig ring with 3 or 4 overturn knots. - Rather than using super glue leave about 1cm tails at the end of the floss, then using a lighter burn back the ends to form small hard blobs, giving total security.
As one of the UK's leading ESP fishing tackle suppliers, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in specialist carp fishing equipment from a variety of industry-leading brands including ESP. Our range of ESP Super Floss are used by amateurs and professionals! Take a look through our range of ESP Super Floss online today
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