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codyBfishing

what knot is recomended for 80 lbs braided line to a leader?

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I double my line through the swivel eye and then do a 5 wrap uni.

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A palomar or uni knot are probably the two most common. Both are solid knots that will work well with braid.

Aaron

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i just started musky fishing and wondering what knot is recomended

See....good guys to ask. smile

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I use the palomar to tie every knot on all of my fishing gear, may not be reccomended for some of my applications, but it's a super solid knot and very easy to tie. Definitely reccomend it for a tie to a leader.

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We all spelled it differently. smile

Thats a bunch of fishermen for you.

polymer

polomar

palomar

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Bucher Power Knot... hasnt failed me yet... and I like the added security seeing how its kinda like a Palomar/Clinch hybrid...

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hey reble.. you have a picture on how to tie that knot? i googled it and it came up with guns and bongs....? haha...

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Cody... Im not sure if Im allowed to post the picture of how to do Bucher Power Knot... but I'll be happy to email you the picture...

Just drop me an email and I'll get back to you on that asap...

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I suggest using some cheap, old mono when learning Buchers power knot - I'd have gone through half a spool figuring that one out! Just a bit tricky getting it to draw down right.

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