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  • How do I rig a fishing line?

  • Pinch one or two small split shot sinkers to your main line about 6-12 inches from the hook to add a bit of weight to your line (this will keep your bait suspended vertically). If there is current, you can add one or two more split shots. Finally, clip a circle bobber to the rig at least 3-4 feet above the hook.

  • How to tie a bottom rig?

  • How to make a two-hook bottom rig for larger fish:Use 50- to 100-pound fishing line (any type) for leader, a snap swivel, two three-way swivels and a regular swivel. …Tie a 6- to 8-inch piece of leader to the snap swivel using one of the fishing knots. …Attach an 8- to 10-inch piece of leader to another eye on the three-way swivel mentioned above. …More items…

  • How to tie a snapper rig?

  • Here’s how to tie the dropper rig step by step: Step 1: Form a loop about 2 feet longStep 2: Pinch the line about 2/3 of the way to the end of the loopStep 3: Tie 3 or 4 overhand knots at the pinchStep 4: Cut one side of the loop so that it’s no longer a loopStep 5: Tie a loop on the tag end for the weightNNote: be sure to tie this loop on the end that’s not inline…More …

  • How do you set up a fishing line?

  • Thread the line through the ceramic guides on the pole. Release the drag on your reel and slip the line through the circular ceramic guides that run the length of the rod. With a spinning set-up, make sure you run the line under the bail before threading the guides.