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Larson01

Tying power pro to power pro?

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I have a rod spooled with 65 lb power pro i have lost quite a bit but dont want to waste whats on the reel and re-spool. What is the best knot to tie power pro to power pro of the same size or is that a bad idea?

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Use a uni to uni knot if you do it. I'd just respool to be safe and use a mono backing to fill the spool some.

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Tie it to a tree, pull off what you have and add backer underneath. You really only need about 75 yards at the most... No need to have braid all the way down..

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I think I will back it with some 30 lb berkley big game like you guys say. It is my sturgeon rod, but its so heavy duty they still dont gain too much ground.

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A uni to uni knot with line that thick often comes out as a big ball and doesn't really spool well on a baitcaster. But if he's not casting and doesn't plan on coming anywhere near the knot it'll work.

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