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Old 01-13-2015, 02:11 PM
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Can someone post instructional diagrams of 4-5 most commonly used line tying knots?
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Knot Wars app is really cool
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Very handy app!
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animated knots - fishing

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Get this ^^^
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In general, an Albright knot is a good one for making a 2 foot leader tied to a lighter weight line?
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In general, an Albright knot is a good one for making a 2 foot leader tied to a lighter weight line?
I use a uni to uni, but alot of people like the albright
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Yup.....uni to uni!
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I used the uni forever now I use the Albright only because I find it to be faster.
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Try the alberto. Its the last knot you will use to tie a leader to braid mainline.
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x2 on the Alberto.
Double the braid and make6-7 turns up and then down.
Finish with 3 "lock" knots with the braid (simple overhand knots) with the braid at the end of the mono.
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