Once the 30 metres of dropper line is airborne another 3-way cord (between the dropper line and leader line) provides a loop for attaching the bottle float.
Being such a light weight rig and such a small kite, a half litre soft drink bottle is plenty big enough to for keeping this rig on the bottom. Sand or water is put into the bottle, the amount depends on how much pull is being provided by the kite on
Correct weighting of the float bottle is critical, the kite should be able to pull the bottle easily, but not be able to lift it out of the water.
I have a short dacron cord and snap clip already connected to my bottle so I just clip it to the loop in the three way bottle cord.
When the bottle is connected to the line the kite stops gaining altitude and starts to pull the line offshore.
A 15 metre leader line is then pulled from the handspool followed by the 4 hook section.
With the hook section in hand I lock the drag on the seaboy, bait my 4 traces and clip a small one or half oz weight at each end of the hook section onto the crossline swivels and it's ready to go.
Left: Mr A Tompkins landed the magnificent 11 KG snapper from Himitangi Beach in the Southern Taranaki Bight on a Paul's Fishing Kites Pocket Sled