Any suggestions? Founded in 1999, Michigan-Sportsman.com started as a collection of links to Michigan related sites, and a series of manually edited blogs. Down side is 3 tag ends, upside doesn't slip and easy to tie.
Passing the tag end of the line twice through the eye of the swivel, snap, ring or lure eye, the Trilene Knot eliminates slippage and the double loop also makes the knot substantially more durable.
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The knot starts like a Palomar double line, except the loop end is warped around the main line 5 turns like the Trilene knot, the passed through opening next to the hook or lure, then pulled tight. The simple solution (liked the improved clinch) was to tuck the tag back through the larger loop. test fluorocarbon leaders. My best pal loves to tie the Trilene knot when fishing striaght through on the same line through to the hook. It was one of Michigan's first social networks. Hooks with small eyes may be limited to 20-pound-test line or less.
The Trilene Knot usually tests at 95 percent or more of the unknotted line. Quote; Share this post. I have had no success with clinch or improved clinch knots.
It was a marriage of my passions for the outdoors and the internet. swaprat. It’s a proven knot for use with monofilament and fluorocarbon, and with Nylon and Dacron braids, but it is not an acceptable choice for gel-spun braided lines.Make five to six wraps around the line.Pass the tag end of the line through the hook or lure eye. In late 1999, we started our first message board. Pass the tag end through the hook or lure eye a second time.The Trilene Knot can be used with lines of up to 80-pound-test, such as when adding a lure or hook to the end of a heavy saltwater shock leader, but because the line is passed through the hook eye twice, the eye must be large enough to accept two turns of the line. I use an improved Trilene knot for tieing 8 lb. Trim off the loop and tag ends. I how ever prefer to tie the Uni knot or the clinch knot when fishing line striaght through. Too often, the knot slips. Trim the tag end.Pass the tag end through the small double loop formed at the hook or lure eye.The Trilene Knot was developed by Berkley Fishing Tackle after extensive research and testing more than 40 years ago as a stronger alternative to the Clinch Knot, which had a tendency to slip and fail.
The only reported problem with the Trilene Knot is that it had the tendency to loosen and slip unless the tag was kept long. Tom. We'd really appreciate it! With lines of 30-pound or less, five or six wraps are required for maximum knot strength, but heavier lines need only three wraps.Lubricate with saliva and pull tight.