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    Knots and Rigging: Dropper Loop


    Fly Fishing Knots The Dropper Loop is a knot that can be used to create a loop in your leader or tippet that can then be used to attach another fly on the same line. Since the loop is angled away from your "main line" it helps to keep things from getting tangled. This knot is most used by conventional anglers when rigging up live bait rigs with the weight attached at the bottom and a snelled hook leader attached to the loop.

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    Posted on Saturday, May 24 @ 08:56:03 UTC by admin


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