All my life, bottom fishing with a tight line meant catfishing...and that meant a treble hook with stinky bait. So, I have had to do a bit of research on this KD, CHOD, Blowback, etc. way of rigging and the one thing I can't find in the way of explanation is this...how do those rigs actually hook the fish? It looks like the carp suck up the bait, swim away with it creating tension on the line that causes the hook to slide from the mouth of the fish to the lip...the fish essentially hooks itself by swimming away. Is that even close to correct? Thanks, in advance for the tutoring.