This video teaches how to tie the Dropper Loop fishing knot. The presenter explains the uses of the Dropper Loop, then begins the instructions. First, make a loop in your line, remembering that the size of this loop will affect the size of loop you have when the knot is tied and sizing accordingly. Take the end of the line and make another loop that goes inside of the big loop and then wraps around the line 4 times. Now you have a big loop, and a length of wrapped line with a hole in the middle. Take the big loop and pull it through the hole. Push the knots toward the loop and pull tight. Do this on both sides. This completes the Dropper Loop knot.
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