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Illustration on how to tie the Trilene knot to join Monofilament to fishing tackle.

The Trilene Knot is a strong reliable connection that resists slippage and premature failures.

The Trilene Knot is an all-purpose connection to be used in joining monofilament to swivels, snaps, hooks and artificial lures.  The knot's unique design and ease of tying yield consistently strong, dependable connections while retaining 85-90% of the original line strength.  The double wrap of mono through the eyelet provides a protective cushion for added safety.

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1.   Run the end of line through eye of hook or lure and double back through the eye a second time.


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2.   Loop around the standing part of line 5 or 6 times.

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3.   Thread the tag end back between the eye and the coils as shown.

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4.   Pull up tight and trim the tag end.



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