SEAGUAR FLUOROCARBON LEADER LINE

SEAGUAR FLUOROCARBON LEADER LINE
SEAGUAR FLUOROCARBON LEADER LINE


This Seaguar 100% Fluorocarbon leader line is great. It can be use in salt water or fresh water. The pound test rate is from 6lbs. all the way up to 400lbs. This leader line is much less visible underwater than monofilament line and is virtually invisible to fish. It has impact strength, knot strength, and is abrasion resistance. You can attach this leader line to anything you want, whether it's plugs, jigs, hooks, etc. Note: but don't forget you have to tie the right kind of knot to the lure or hook. I will explain that later down below, scroll all the way down to the next page. The main line I suggest you use is the 30lb test braided SUFIX 832 ADVANCED SUPERLINE. The best kind of knot to tie to your main line, to your leader, would be the DOUBLE UNI KNOT. Note: look at picture up above to see how to tie the knot. #1 overlap 12 inches of braid, form a loop with the tag end of the braid. #2 wrap the braid 5 times to form a uni knot around the leader. #3 tighten the kont by gently pulling both ends of the braid. Close the wrap. Dont over tighten the knot. #4 form another uni knot by repeating steps 1 2 3 with the tag end of the leader. Moisten both knots between them. #5 Gently pull the leader line with one hand then pull the braided line with the other hand to slid knots together. #6 cut the tag ends just above the knots. Note: this double uni knot works best up to 80lb test fluorocarbon leader line. Anything more, then I suggest you use double sleeves.

Now , if there is no clip and you are going to tie your jig, or plug directly to the fluorocarbon leader line, then I suggest you use, what is called the RAPALA KNOT. This knot has high strength. Note: Before I put my lure on the leader line I use about 3 feet in length, which is enough. So look at picture to see how to tie this RAPALA KNOT. #1 Tie an overhand knot. leave 5" of free end. Run free end through the eyelet. #2 run free end back through over hand knot. #3 wrap free end around standing part of line 3 times. #4 thread free end through back of overhand knot. #5 pass free end through loop, that is formed. #6 moisten line and draw up tight. Trim excess. Note: Some fisherman just tie a regular knot directly to the plug, but if you use this knot, you will get a lot of more proper action out of the lure. SO GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY FISHING.

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