dropshotting
a hook is tied on a line with a Palomar knot, the line looped through the eye from the top and, instead of being trimmed off, a section 6-24 inches long is left with a weight at the end. Looping the line through the eye leaves the hook point up. Also called downshotting

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • Dropshotting — is a high finesse technique for fishing plastic baits where the bait and hook are inline, fixed above the weight. This is in contrast to the more traditional Texas Rig, where the weight slides inline, resting on the nose of the bait, or the… …   Wikipedia

  • downshotting — dropshotting …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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