This Korda Carp hook is designed to be incorporated with the very popular chod rig or hinged stiff rig presentations. This pattern features an out-turned eye and an unbelievably sharp and reliable point which retains its sharpness in the most demanding of conditions. Its dull, anti-glare finish blends it in with its surroundings ensuring that you will not spook any passing fish. The Korda Carp hook is an absolute must for the avid stiff rig user. Due to the wide gape in the pattern, it creates an extremely secure hook hold as the beaked point holds firm and doesnt twist and turn during the fight. Learn how to incorporate this wonderful hook into your fishing by scrutinising the step by step sequence on the popular chod rig. Anglers such as Jim Shelley and Nick Helleur swear by this hook.
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