Miskito Coast 17 lb test Popper/Dropper Rig
Two fish on the line at one time is fun and a challenge. All three of the Miskito Coast Popper/Dropper Rigs from BreamBugs are made with the same premium monofilament line used in our Miskito Coast All Purpose Leaders. Each Popper/Dropper Rig is 10 feet long with our Quick Change Snaps to make it easy to quickly change poppers and flies without cutting and re-tying the leader. Available in 6 lb test, 8 lb test and 10 lb test. Check out all three models of the Popper/Dropper Rigs at BreamBugs.com
At the request of many customers BreamBugs has introduced their third version of the Miskito Coast Popper/Dropper Rig. For those customers needing a lighter weight version than the 8 and 10 lb test models, we now have the 6 lb test Popper/Dropper Rig. Very good for trout fly fishing as well as bluegill. Take advantage of the Customer Appreciation Sale and receive 10% off every order from now until the end of December 2019.
Recently we discussed the Miskito Coast Popper/Dropper Rig. The response was very good, however, a number of customer requested information on how to make your own popper/dropper rig. For a video on the subject go to www.BreamBugs.com, under “Product Categories” click on “Leaders” and scroll down to the Miskito Coast Popper/Dropper Rig. Here you will find a video showing how to make your own popper/dropper rig titled “Some bream fly fishing basics”.
Catching two big fat bluegill on one cast is an awesome experience and not too uncommon when you are using the MISKITO COAST POPPER/DROPPER RIG from BreamBugs.com. Available under “Leaders” on our website. The “Rig” is made with premium monofilament. It is 10 feet long and 8 lb test. Eight pound test because when you get two bluegill on the line at once you need the extra strength to land them. Not to mention, the 8 lb test helps keep the two flies from getting tangled. It also has two Quick Change Snaps to make it easy to quickly change flies. Quick change Snaps are also available on the BreamBugs site under “Accessories”.