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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Spider hitch on dropper rigs  (Read 431 times)

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Anyone use a spider hitch know instead of the typical dropper loop knot for high low rigs? From what I've read it's a bit better than a typical dropper loop or palomar knot for high low rigs. Interested to hear people's thoughts.

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I've never had a problem with the dropper loop but always willing to try new things. the spider hitch looks fine on the surface based upon videos.


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Well I went out on a charter and was dropping 12oz weights (which were light at the Farallons) and it performed well. I think better than a dropper but similar all in all.