Trilene Knot

How to tie the Trilene Knot

The Trilene Knot is basically a variation of the clinch knot. The Trilene knot is considered a stronger knot since the line goes through the eye twice. It is great for joining monofilament to lures, hooks and swirvels. The trilene knot will retain 85-90% of the original line strength and is considered reliable and strong.

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Princess from vaawGISEDXu

Monday, 04-03-13 11:14

Great Blog! Very informative, I apatrcipee all the information that you just shared with me very much and I also bookmarked this on dig too. Take care and I'll be back to read more in the future.

Digger from RePhkwcUU

Saturday, 02-03-13 15:54

Lot of smarts in that pstoing!

Maiara from DnLBQNfHgx

Saturday, 05-01-13 11:02

It is time to buy your v&m and cyclone baits from rusty lures and then give me a call and we will go fill the boat up at beutuifal lake fork. Right now you need to be buying up all the v&m finnesse worms in red shad and tomato you can get. Also get your hands on some of the flippn hogs in green pumpkin and watermellon red. for the carolina rigs. get your baits at rusty lures.

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Swayu from iDXkMpCGoD

Friday, 13-07-12 19:34

The water which you fish really isn't the issue to coendisr. Instead, coendisr what fish you will be going for and what kind of baits you will be using.If you're just a casual Bass and Panfish person, stick with a monofilament line in the 6-10 pound range. You can throw about any bait you want to when staying within this limit, except for heavier baits and deep running baits like jigs or deep diving crankbaits.If you plan on using deep diving/running or heavy baits, you'll probably want to up the line a bit. Look into the 12 to 14 pound monofilament.If you're going for teethy fish like Pike or Musky, you'll want to at least use a braided leader. I absolutely hate braided line, but sometimes it is necessary. Beware of this stuff though. It will really screw up your rod and reel with time if you're not careful.

joe from United States

Thursday, 05-04-12 01:22

Finally some great fishing knots, thanks dude

Badong Kah from Philippines

Wednesday, 13-07-11 16:17

This is awesome but can you also use this knot for braided line?


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