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Patternoster with crossline 3 way swivels instead of knots?
Sep 13, 2021 17:15:27   #
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I'm pretty new to fishing and tying my own paternoster rig with all the knots seems a bit challenging. is it possible to make a paternoster rig with the 3 way swivels?

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by 4hgenboi

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Sep 13, 2021 19:51:34   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
yes

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Sep 13, 2021 21:27:45   #
DCGravity Loc: Fairfax, VA (by way of Cleveland OH)
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
yes


Spirit, I have seen this rig before but didn't know what they were called. It resembles a hi-lo, so what would be the advantage over one?

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Sep 14, 2021 00:19:18   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
I've never used one. But I've read that the pater poster allows the fish to take the bait without feeling the leader, so it hangs onto the bait longer. I've got a couple of Shimano bait runner type reels that do that for me, and I like those much better than any rig I could tie.

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Sep 14, 2021 07:53:05   #
Flytier Loc: Wilmington Delaware
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
I've never used one. But I've read that the pater poster allows the fish to take the bait without feeling the leader, so it hangs onto the bait longer. I've got a couple of Shimano bait runner type reels that do that for me, and I like those much better than any rig I could tie.


Those Shimano bait runners are awesome reels.

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Sep 14, 2021 08:29:56   #
kandydisbar Loc: West Orange, NJ
 
Flytier wrote:
Those Shimano bait runners are awesome reels.


I love mine!

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Sep 14, 2021 08:36:49   #
kandydisbar Loc: West Orange, NJ
 
Just watched Ryan Moody video about Paternoster and rock fishing. Cool idea about the pencil sinker.

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Sep 14, 2021 09:25:38   #
nutz4fish Loc: Colchester, CT
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
I've never used one. But I've read that the pater poster allows the fish to take the bait without feeling the leader, so it hangs onto the bait longer. I've got a couple of Shimano bait runner type reels that do that for me, and I like those much better than any rig I could tie.



By my way of thinking, bait runner/ bait feeder reels are one of the best innovations in baitcasters ever. i live line shiners a lot, and they do exactly what I need, and you can put your rod down and not worry about either losing your gear, or if in free spool, getting a backlash on a hard strike. Brilliant idea.

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Sep 14, 2021 12:34:15   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
Last year I added a Thunnis to my arsenal. Little more money than the bait runner, but mine were about 20 years old and I needed an upgrade. Awesome reel.

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Sep 14, 2021 13:10:04   #
DCGravity Loc: Fairfax, VA (by way of Cleveland OH)
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
Last year I added a Thunnis to my arsenal. Little more money than the bait runner, but mine were about 20 years old and I needed an upgrade. Awesome reel.


Nice! You certainly can't go wrong with any reel by Shimano.

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