Interesting teaser rig but my question here is...How is the the strength of that cut dropper loop which was made into a one tag end line for a teaser, in this case a Red Gill teaser with a looped crimp? Interesting rig and the rig looks like it would do some catching but not sure if I would duplicate this rig at home until I here a little feedback from some experienced anglers who fish dropper loops on a regular basis.
I do use a standard dropper loop but by cutting the dropper loop into two sections and discarding one end down to the base of the knot and the other tag end for a straight feed to a teaser is there any advantages? I think by cutting the dropper loop you do not a full circle connection to the knot itself and it looks like it would slip and fail. This has me pouring whiskeys like acid rain coming down in the rain forest