Right my first rig is what i use in solid bags and it's pretty simple to be honest. The German rig, 4 inches of soft braid, size 6 hook, a black kicker, a metal bait screw and a hook bead. Dead simple to tie you have a figure of eight loop knot at the end to loop it on and off the lead it couldn't be more simple. I do tend to use a bait screw over a hook swivel mainly because it's heavier and ensures any wafter hookbaits i use will not be lifting up the hook in any way, plus you haven't got to mess about with bait floss and blobbing the end with a lighter. Again i'm not saying this is the best rig to use in a solid bag, it's just what i prefer to use as it suits my style of fishing.
The third and final rig for now is the Spinner rig/Ronnie rig/Turbo German rig. This rig has many names and gets a lot of stick on the socials but for me it's a worthy rig. When ever I go somewhere where im likely to get multiple hits of fish i go for this rig. The main reason why is the ability to change the hook and still reuse the boom section, saving on having to tie up new rigs meaning I can change the hook quickly when needed and get the rod back out on the spot as quickly as possible. I normally use around 6inchs of soft or semi stiff coated braid for the hooklink, an S swivel, a black kicker, a metal bait screw with a hook bead and a size 6 hook. The joys of this rig is that you can use it with a bottom bait, wafters or pop ups just by adding a small amount of putty to the boom section so really it is a multi use rig.
So there you have it! Three out of my four go to rigs. I will discuss in detail another time my forth rig, how I construct it and why I believe it's an awesome rig with some mega hook holds.