I just tie a loop knot and leave a long tag end and tie another loop knot on the second jig too.
I fish double jigs in open water and around bridge pilings. I use it when searching for a different color a lot.
Back to a single jig in brush and trees.
Let me see if I understand what you're saying.....you're tying a loop knot in the string, and you tie a loop knot at the end of your tag end with the Jighead moving freely in both loops. Is that correct?
You're not making a two-Jighead rig that you then tie your fishing line to----you're making two loop knots in the line coming off of your reel?. Is that right?
I was talking about something else, but I'm jow interested in what you're saying.
As far the drop shot rigging. I think that is a really good idea for vertical presentation. Most of the times that I've vertically jigged them I let it sit, hop a little, pump it up, let it fall. With the drop shot method I would think you need to be easy with lifting and dropping to avoid tangling, right? Are there any specific Jighead shot recommend, or would I just tie a normal "stren" knot and leave a very long tag end?