AL­BRIGHT KNOT

New Zealand Fishing World - - How To -

The Al­bright knot is a rel­a­tively easy knot to tie two lines to­gether. It’s best used for ty­ing fluoro­car­bon leader to braided main line when soft­bait­ing or slow-jig­ging.

make a loop in the leader but do not tie it and pass the braided line through it

turn the braid around the leader be­tween 10 and 20 times ( fewer turns for heav­ier line)

pass the line back through the loop in the op­po­site di­rec­tion from the way you orig­i­nally put it through

pull on both main lines slowly to tighten (make sure you wet the fluoro­car­bon line)

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