Video Tutorial: How to tie a bobber-stop knot for Salmon & Steelhead fishing

Posted: December 21, 2011 by Hellcat in Fish Reports, Tutorials
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New from the All Around Angler Tutorial Series….this shows anglers how to tie their own bobber-stops.

After all, you don’t buy your egg loops do you? Why would you buy…..Uh oh. That tutorial is next then.

Keep ’em wet,


  1. daheller says:

    Nice. I like the black background. It helps to see the knot that you are tying. Being a dink float guy, it is good to be reminded of the fact that there are other ways of bobber fishing and that for water that is deeper than 8or 9 feet, this is the way to go. Sal

  2. Hellcat says:

    Dad, I’ve recently caught some winters on your dink floats. For low water and slower current I like them. But yeah you’re right: You gotta have a sliding rig in order to effective fish the deeper slots. No question. You thinking about actually doing this? hahaha. Jk.

  3. Auntie says:

    Wonderful! Now I can get rid of my ridiculous red and white bobber with the push button top! Thanks for the tutorial, these are a real asset to the site, especially for us wannabe’s!

  4. Hellcat says:

    Haha. I’m glad it helps, Auntie! I’ve got many more shot and ready to load. Are there any you wish to see specifically?

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