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Fishermen's Journal

Two Knots to Go!

Video - Palomar Knot & "Seaguar" Knot
Pretty much all you need for a few days on the water.

by Chark (a.k.a. - Mark Smith)

Well, I'm no video expert, just a hacker who's learning. 

Over the course of the past few years we've had numerous requests to post a video regarding our favorite knots.  Our first post in this regard was the Spectra to Mono connection we recommend (Bimini to Albright connection). 

This installment of our instructional videos offers a brief glimpse at two very useful knots: the Palomar which is great for attaching hooks and lures, and what we call the Seaguar knot which is simple and effective for attaching leader material such as Fluorocarbon. 

Two Knots to Go

Fluorocarbon Connection

The Palomar

 

 

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