Enticing sportfish species like crappie with multiple lures often produces effective results in less time compared to using one lure at a time. Double your catch rate by tying multiple jigs in one line with a dropper loop knot. With this knot, you can easily tie two jigs or more, depending on your fishing techniques and local regulations. Test your luck with this setup in hot spot areas with schooling fish.
Things You'll Need
- Fishing line
Attach the first jig at the end of your line.
Form a loop in the line two feet above the first jig or at your desired point for the second jig. Pass the loop around itself.
Wrap the loop around itself three to six times.
Pass the loop's opposite side through the center of your wraps.
Lubricate the knot thoroughly and tighten evenly.
Attach a hook by threading the loop through the hook eye and wrapping around the shank. Slide the second jig through the hook. Repeat the process to tie another jig.
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