Does the sinker go above or below the hook?
Many times I use a 3 way swivel. I used a long leader for the hook for live bait and a short leader for the hook if the are crabs stealing your bait. I also use sliding sinkers, sinkers with a hole in it. The line goes through the sinker and the hook on a long leader goes on the line below the sinker.
How far should the bobber be from the hook?
1 to 2 feet
How much weight should I put on fishing line?
Match your fishing rod, lure, and lineRod PowerLure WeightLine SizeUltralight1 – 4 lbs test1/64 – 1/16 ozLight4 – 8 lbs test1/16 – 1/4 ozMedium Light6 – 10 lbs test1/4 – 1/2 ozMedium8 – 12 lbs test1/2 – 1 oz
What is a Snelled fishing hook?
Typical use. Angling. The snell knot is a hitch knot used to attach an eyed fishing hook to fishing line. Hooks tied with a snell knot provide an even, straight-line pull to the fish. It passes through the eye of the hook, but primarily attaches to the shaft.
How do you attach a bobber?
3 – Attach a bobber: To attach a bobber, thread the line around the top and bottom hooks. To expose the bottom hook, press the top button on the bobber. For the top hook, press the button while holding the bottom hook in.
How do you rig a bottom fishing?
Chunk Bait Bottom Rig Setup
- Attach a 3-way swivel to the main line using a clinch knot.
- To the bottom-facing swivel ring, tie a stretch of monofilament (1 to 3 feet)
- To the end of this line, tie a pyramid sinker.
- Tie your leader line and hook to the remaining swivel ring.
Do you need sinkers for lures?
Not so. Sinkers are some of the most important pieces of tackle in your tackle bag. For you purists, sinkers are usually associated with live bait and weights with artificial lures. Seriously though, weight=sinker=weight.