What Are Rig Swivels and Why You Should Use Them

Again, like the scissors, this isn’t going to be lengthy but – get some swivels, they are useful and handy to have at hand. Anti-glare finish and a decent breaking strain would be a good start. They come in different sizes, but if you can, get the ones the fit snugly into a lead clip, use can use these for the more advanced rigs then.

Any rig swivels such as Korda or Fox will do the job.

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