Drop shotting with bobber stoppers

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BRONZEBACK32
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Drop shotting with bobber stoppers

Post by BRONZEBACK32 » Mon Oct 23, 2017 3:32 am

I wonder if the bobber stopper would move with a fish on??

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I might try it just to see, maybe tie a over hand knot directly below the bobber stopper.... :-k

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Re: Drop shotting with bobber stoppers

Post by DirtyD64 » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:22 am

Tried it once, failed miserably. Unless it is a tiny fish, bobber stops slide easily and miss the hookset. I even tried tying a knot below and it still would rip the bobber stop or slide and prevent hookset. I have an "invention" for dropshotting I have looked into presenting to a company, but cannot afford a patent and am scared someone will figure it out. (I like your way of thinking concerning this technique of upgrading the dropshot)

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