HOW TO Tie BRAIDED Fishing Line to MONOFILAMENT or Fluorocarbon Leader- Easy and Strong Fishing Knot





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Published on Dec 28, 2011

Video demonstrates a very easy and strong fishing knot for connecting braided line to your monofilament leader. This fishing knot is very strong and is easy to tie.

The knot is very similar to the Albright, technically the Reverse Albright but with the addition of the Surgeons Loop to close off the braid instead of having the open loop

In the past I had used barrel swivels for my monofilament leaders and ran into problems with the barrel getting hung up in the rods tip and breaking the guide's ring. This knot when finished has a very low profile and goes through the guides on my fishing rods very cleanly.

The striped bass and bluefish I target fishing the Fire Island Inlet in New York have put this knot to the test over the past several years and I have not had the knot fail at all.

Maybe Tonight Fishing Charters fishes the waters of Great South Bay and Fire Island Inlet on Long Island's south shore for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, fluke and other local species.
Visit the website at http://www.maybetonightcharters.com for more information


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