Pegging Your Weight – Quick Tip

Pegging Your Weight – Quick Tip

Pegging Your Weight – Quick Tip

by December 7, 2012

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Pegging your weight for flipping and busting though mats so that the weight and bait doesn’t separate can be an annoying issue to deal with when you are trying to have a relaxing day of fishing.  I have noticed that most fishermen peg there weights with a toothpick or a rubber band. I have discovered a  way that has proven to be more successful for myself, something that can be used over and over again that will not come off, never needs replacing unless you would like to.

The product is called Rod-N-bobbs bobberstop better known for float fishing to set the depth of the float. All you do is simply run the line from your reel end through the sleeve provided, push the bobberstop off the sleeve onto line and remove the sleeve. Now take and pull both ends until the knot is tight then trim the ends. Slip on your worm weight and tie on your favorite hook then slide the bobberstop snug onto the top of weight. What you will end up with is a weight stop that works well without damaging your line and stays in place.

Step 1: Run your line through the tube as shown

Step 2: Pull the tube off and remove it leaving the knot

Step 3; Tighten the knot and slide it down the line to peg your weight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 4: Tie on your hook and trim the excess line off

Step 5: once your stopper is trimmed adjust the weight and its ready to fish

 

 

 

 

 

 

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