Hi All, just thought I would ask question to all you out there. When tying a dropper on tippet what size do you use if your tippet is x5. The reason I ask this is I have found using the same size gets tangled easily, so I have been using a lot thicker line for my dropper, tangle free. I've...
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Managed to get out on Christmas Eve at the club lake, some drizzle dark clouds, then it brightened up for a few minutes, fished a Buzzer nothing change to a Tungsten beaded nymph, bang fish on 2.5lb...
What an interesting question, I have thought about this for a while.
I like some of the replies you have had already, which has got me thinking even harder for me to answer.
Firstly, I suppose it's where you fish, lakes, Rivers small / big, and what room you have to cast. Well made my choice...
Everyone has different ideas but I think a swivel no, plenty of videos on droppers on the net.
From experience my dropper is made from thicker line and short, never had any problems with tangles.
In My opinion you get what you pay for! There are cheaper options to suite everyone but if you have the pennies to spend why not ? There is a lot of development in fly rods, lines etc.
If it makes you smile while tackling up and catching fish, why not get the best you can afford.
This subject in my opinion is try as many as you can afford, then stick with the ones you like. There are so many tippet's out there will confuse most anglers, bought so many over a few years, just fish with what works for you.