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Old 09-10-2013, 11:26 PM   #1
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Ok, have a tackle connection question.
Main line to swivel to leader
Or main line to leader with Albright knot
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Old 09-10-2013, 11:29 PM   #2
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No swivel. Use a spider hitch to double braid and then a modified Albright with a 3 turn uni lock to the leader.
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Unfimailar with spider hitch to double braid, is animatedknots.com a place to start, thanks
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Found it, thanks
Also what type of knot to vertical jig, I always used palomar knot
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I use swivels on my rigs, if you ever use a hollow core braid you can really see how the line twists without the swivel.
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I use swivels on my rigs, if you ever use a hollow core braid you can really see how the line twists without the swivel.
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Old 09-11-2013, 01:46 AM   #7
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very short bimini to windon
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San Diego Jam knot.
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San Diego Jam knot.
^^^^This or Uniknot. You can double line if you want ( i prefer not to have a double line) with this knot and I use it to tie my jigs to the leader as well. Very seldom will we loose a jig. Typically it is cut off by something toothy.
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Uni-Knot has always worked for me. Mono to Braid. Quick and simple way to join two lines
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