Re: Bottom bouncing set up
Originally Posted by Diver Dan
Just out of curiousity, where did you hear the term at? It's a common term here but does not apply to fly fishing.
Haha! Here to! In SW it refers to a 2 to 12oz sinker with a spreader rig and multiple bait hooks. On LI all winter flounder fisherman are members of the " Bottom Bouncers" club!
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Originally Posted by long bow
You can also leave a foot or so "tag" left over when building your leader/tippet and tie the fly on there. I can't remember if there is an additional knot or loop here when making it, I use it only on a few rivers. And those rivers it's during the summer. And we are floating. And the weather is nice. And I'm not the one driving home so somehow I make that set up work
In the GL tribs of NY that would be illegal. Can't have the weight below the fly here.
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