Do you love big bluegill?
Do you use a bobber stop? a swivel? Thanks
If you are referring to the hollow,pegged bobber used for providing weight for casting a
fly with a spinning rod ,you add a swivel about 4-6 feet above the fly but below the bobber.
Also,you need to add a bead above the swivel but below the bobber to protect the swivel knot
and to prevent the hollow end of bobber from jamming against swivel.
I use clamp-on bobbers which don't usually slip so stops are not needed but I do add a swivel between the bobber and hook.
In my case, I am fishing dark colored water and encounter other species, so I tend to snell the hook on #12 test line. The swivel helps control line twist and provides a connection between the leader and the #6 running line.
If I was fishing live baits in a very clear body of water, I might skip the leader and tie a small hook directly to the running line. Of course a tiny swivel can still be added in those situations.