A stopper permits you to put a jig down in deep water devoid of having to retrieve very often. The stopper places the lure above the fish, extenuating the lure’s tendency for drifting back towards the rod. They usually slip down and up the line other than attaching into a single place in the line, and it allows you to hang bait or lures into deep water devoid of affecting your cast. The conventional stopper is attached into the line sometime, with the lure or hook dangling beneath. The extent of line below the stopper is limited since placing too much of line below the stopper will make casing difficult.

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