Join Braided Line to Mono Line Using Uni Knot (How To)
The Uni Knot is one of the easiest knots to join a braided fishing line to a monofilament fishing line. I prefer this technique when fishing for salmon in the American River. I usually use thirty-pound rated braid line as the main line; I join a fifteen-pound rated monofilament line to it. This is how I flat line a sardine wrapped kwikfish to the end of my monofilament line. My lines have broken off in the past due to huge salmon, but NOT because of the knot. The knot is solid! Hopefully, this helps beginner anglers build their confidence in the uni knot. Remember to wet the lines before tightening, and to double check by tugging hard on the two lines. I hope you enjoy this tutorial video. Please follow, like and share this video. Thank you for your visit.
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