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Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. #13913383 03/06/21 09:07 PM
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Make as many loops as you want (I'm doing 2 for my flounder rigs) - sinker on bottom, swivel on top (I might simply do another loop since I usually rig a snap swivel at the end of my leader line (surf fishing). Lot of ways to do it. Good luck fishing!

Re: Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. [Re: 1956Zebco] #13913617 03/07/21 02:17 AM
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Re: Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. [Re: 1956Zebco] #13914136 03/07/21 06:00 PM
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Re: Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. [Re: V-Bottom] #13915467 03/08/21 10:47 PM
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Thanks Banker!

Originally Posted by V-Bottom
Is that "leader line"....?


It's 30 lb test line and it's simply for the rig. I setup like this: mainline - leader line (enough for at least 2 full wraps around my spool) + 2 rod length - at the end of the leader I have a sinker slider a bead a knot and a snap swivel - then will come the rig (for whatever I'm going to target and what actually swims by (my luck they're always different). So I have a number of these different rigs tied up when I go. The rig I'm tying there now has a 5 oz bank sinker on it - if I need to I can take that rig off, clip a pyramid on the sinker slider and a rig with a small bobber on the end of it and I have a fish-finder.

That's what I do.

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Re: Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. [Re: 1956Zebco] #13918688 03/11/21 01:37 PM
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Neat rig. woot

Re: Dropper Rig - Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, etc. [Re: Laker One] #13953471 04/09/21 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Laker One
Neat rig. woot


Thanks Laker One - exactly what I do (I know you know how to do this - hopefully the younger guys will learn and post some fish caught):


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