DROPSHOT RIG experts often have their own variations, but it's a lot simpler to get set up than you might think, as Angler's Mail shares with you here.
Dropshot rig regular user, HTO lure ace Jake Schogler, shared his tips with us for tying what he uses…
“The Palomar knot is a key part of the dropshot rig,” said Jake.
“When tied correctly it allows the hook to stand off the main line at 90 degrees.
“I use a 5 ft length fluorocarbon leader and attach the hook with a Palomar knot, leaving a tag end of around 2 ft.
“I then clip on a purpose-made dropshot weight on the tag end.
“Here’s how to tie a dropshot rig in six easy steps…”
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