Originally Posted by flytyingguy1
Gentleman Please let's take all theses great posts into consideration !
I think we all in good faith are trying to help this fellow out but also I think we are confusing the hell out of him.
Let's try to keep it basic. I myself have posted along with Mr Cnnash many things where either the OP missed or didin't read.
Via a repeat post.
Let me ask a question to chazzbo. Where are you from? If close I'd be more than happy to meet & greet & try to help you out.
These guys are great & these is no doubt the best fishing web-site anywhere.
I know sometimes myself, Cash & Mr EBHarvey get frustrated at times but in a loving way! We care & bottom line we want to HELP!
Thanks a lot everyone. It sounds like it really doesn't matter which way you start the threading. What I wound up doing was going through the front of the hook, over the hook, then twisting the loop and taking it BACK over the hook. Its how I saw it done in a rig I have in my tackle box, and it seems a little more secure than just having it loop around once.
I appreciate everyone trying to help, and I will admit it does get sort of overwhelming, but overall it's a huge help. I'm in the dark with a lot of this stuff and, again, you've all been a big help.
That being said, here's my last question (it's a simple one): Is 50# test enough for this rig? I feel like it should be more than enough. I tied six of them today with Gama in-line circle hooks, and used 50# test line.