Trilene Knot Step by Step

 

The Trilene Knot is used to tie Monofilament or Flourocarbon line to a hooks, swivels, snaps, or lures.

This simple step by step and video should help you add another fishing knot into your repertoire. The Trilene knot is one of the strongest knots out there and was developed by Berkeley fishing and is more than 40 years old. This knots double loop throw the eye allows the knot to hold almost all of its line strength.

1. Pass the end of the line through the eye of the hook or lure two times creating a loop behind the eye.

2. Make five or six wraps around the standing line with the tag end.

3. Feed the tag end through both loops.

4. Moisten knot and pull tight with steady pressure.

trilene Knot Step By Step

Brian Cornelison

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