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The Double Uni Knot Is The Best Knot To Tie Braided Fishing Line To Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
On Bullbuster.net we have three characteristics that make a good knot. These characteristics are below:
1) It Is Strong
2) Easy To Repeat
3) Quick To Tie Correctly
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There are thousands of knots out there, but only a few that you will memorize or end up using often. If you know these three knots, we think you should be good to go when it comes to braid to mono connections.
A Good Fishing Knot Should Be
- 1) Quick To Tie
- 2) Strong
- 3) Easy To Repeat
Catalog Of Braided Fishing Lines
The Double Uni - Knot
The uni-knot is one of the simplest and fastest knots to tie for braid to mono connections, it is also one of the most reliable knots. Below is a video from the Technical Anglers youtube channel showing how to tie it. According to the video, the uni-knot has 85% to 90% knot strength.
The Basic Building Block For The Double Uni (The Uni Knot)
Like the name says, the double uni knot is two unit knots. This knot is one of the most useful knots out there and can be used for many applications, so it is worthy to learn. It is pretty easy to learn and it is hard to screw up once you have learned it. These factors make it one of the best knots for fishing.
When tying the unit knot we recommend 4-5 turns around your doubled line.
How to tie the Uni-To Uni-Knot (also created by Technical Anglers)
The double uni like the name says is two uni knots. When tying a larger diameter line to a smaller diameter line like is often the case with braided fishing line to monofilament you are going to want to put 3-4 more wraps on the braided line uni knot vs. the mono uni knotthis will make the braid uni knot large enough to meet up with the mono uni-knot.
The Simplified FG Knot
The Simplified FG Knot has been gaining popularity in the angling community for the past few years. It is extremely useful for anglers fishing with extreme drag and has been utilized a lot in the jigging and popping community. If you are fishing heavy drag on light reels for big fish and choosing not to use hollow core braid, this is a good knot for you to learn.
Below is a great video explaining how to tie the simplified FG Knot, prepared by the IGFA while working with Sportfishing Magazine.
Tip From Adrian Grey of the IGFA - For 30Lb test or lighter braid he suggests using more raps for added strength. The IGFA (International Game Fish Association) creates the rules for the sport of fishing.
The FG Knot
We are a fan of simplicity when it comes to knot tying, which is the reason we included the simplified FG Knot as the one to recommend in this article. We believe knots should be quick to tie, strong, and easy to repeat. However, there may be times when you want to get a little bit more specialized and tie the actual FG Knot
We have a more in-depth article on when you might actually want to tie the FG Knot written by Landshark Outdoors. In this article, he talks about WHY you should be using this knot as well as an in-depth guide on how to tie the actual knot.Why & How To Tie The FG Knot
The Bristol Knot is an excellent knot for braid to mono connections with light tackle. With lighter lines, it is easy to damage your line when you tie the knot, making certain knots better than others. Below you can find a great video on how to tie the bristol knot put together by the IGFA below. The IGFA (International Game Fish Association) creates the rules for the sport of fishing.
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