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How to tie together monofilament and braided fishing lines. Test Included

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Published on Sep 11, 2016

How to tie together monofilament, include fluorocarbon, and multifilament (braided) fishing lines. It's the best Fishing Knot connecting braid and mono.Testing of the knot included. In this video I will share with you my SECRET of tying together monofilament and braided fishing lines that I am using already for many years in deep sea fishing. Once you try it, then you never forget it and will using it all the time.
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Multifilament line, also referred to as The Super Lines and Braided line, is a type of fishing line. It is a braided line which is made up of a type of polyethylene, an extremely thin line for its strength. By weight, polyethylene strands are five to ten times sturdier than steel. Multifilament line is similar to braided Dacron in terms of sensitivity but a diameter about one-third that of monofilament.
Multifilament works best on conventional and baitcasting reels. On spinning and spincasting reels, the line's limpness can make sure for awkward manipulation, as it doesn't "spring" off the reel like monofilament. Consequently, knot-tying is more difficult with multifilaments. Certain knots work better with superline, like the Palomar knot. Applying a type of super glue will help to prevent other types of knots from slipping.
This type of fishing line is expensive, sometimes four times the cost of equivalent monofilament. This can become a considerable expense, especially considering that the line is so thin that you need more of it to fill a reel spool. Sometimes, a backing of monofilament or other line is used under the braided line on the spool.
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Monofilament fishing line (shortened to just monofilament) is fishing line made from a single fiber of plastic, icnlude fluorocarbon. Most fishing lines are now monofilament because monofilament fibers are cheap to produce and are produced in a range of diameters which have different tensile strengths (called "tests" after the process of tensile testing). Monofilament line is also manufactured in different colors, such as clear, white, green, blue, red, and fluorescent.
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