Nash Chod Sliding Bead Heli Kit

  • £4.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
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  •    The Sliding kit features a Chod Rig Bead with an enlarged central bore to allow it to move freely up     and down naked mainlines
  •     Buffer Boom to give space between lead and rig
  •     Lead Sleeve for a tangle free set up
  •     Each Kit has components for three rigs

The Nash Sliding Chod Bead Heli Kit is designed to be fish with chod rigs, the idea behind the sytem is to fish over weedy bottoms with either a chod rig or helicopter rig. The Nash Sliding Chod Bead Heli Kit is ideal for pop up baits.
The Nash Sliding Chod Bead Heli Kit gives a separation between the lead and the rig ensuring the lead does not loosen the hook hold. The Nash Naked Gripping Chod Bead Heli Kit is designed to be use with mono mainline and fluorocarbon main line.

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