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Introduction
Video Tutorials
Served Connection Guide
Hollow Braid Splice
Worm Knot Connection
Uni to Uni Connection
Albright Connection
Uni to Improved Clinch
Flourocarbon to Hollow Braid
Hollow Braid End Loop
Albright Knot Connection Guide
Albright Knot Advantages and Applications
Used to tie braided line to fluorocarbon of larger diameter.
Albright Knot Connection Guide
Step 1
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 1
Tie a bimini in the braided line so there is a double line.

Loop the fluorocarbon around something sturdy and non-abrasive.
Step 2
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 2
Take the doubled braided line and string it along and through the fluorocarbon heading away from the end of the loop (toward the main line of the fluorocarbon).
Step 3
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 3

Now begin to wrap over the top of the fluorocarbon and the braided line that is strung along the length of the fluorocarbon. Take at least 30 wraps.
Step 4
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 4

Unhook the fluorocarbon and pass the tag end of the braid through the fluorocarbon loop that is remaining. Note that the braid must enter and leave the fluorocarbon from the same side.
Step 5
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 5 Slide the coils of the braid down to within an 1/8 of an inch of the fluorocarbon loop.
Step 6
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 5 Pull the tag end of the fluorocarbon and the main line of the braid (use a dowel or glove when tightening the braid).
Step 7
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 5 Then pull on the opposite lines, the tag end of the braid and the main line of the fluorocarbon.
Step 8
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 5 For added insurance, make a 6 turn uni knot at the top of the albright. This will ensure that the braid won't slip.
Step 9
Uni to Uni Knot - Step 5 Trim tag ends.
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