Chris Berry explains how sets up to fish with popped up peanuts

Chris ties a rig ring onto some braid with a hair loop in the end.
A knotless knot is then tied with the ring on the shank of the hook.
Chris then threads on the first half of his peanut hook bait.
A piece of cork and the other half of the peanut complete the hook bait.
 Chris now loops some low breaking strain, fine braid on the bend of the hook.
Onto the braid, Chris pinches a counter-balancing No1 shot.
The shot is pinched closed, very tight to the hook bend.
The shot is then slid down so it sits behind the hook point.


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