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Knot for Monotex #13510243 04/09/20 04:42 PM
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Picked some Gliss up at Academy on close out. First time trying it. Caught a few hundred sandies on it in the last week. . Casts awesome. Takes some getting used to. I just don't have much confidence in the palomar on it. Idk why. I just don't. What knot are y'all tying for line to bait with the monotex? Thanks.

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Re: Knot for Monotex [Re: G Love] #13510307 04/09/20 05:22 PM
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Doubled uni/doubled Pitzen works great on all lines.
Takes a minute longer to tie than the palomar, but it self corrects as you cinch it. It's also a bulky, abrasion resistant knot




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Re: Knot for Monotex [Re: G Love] #13510438 04/09/20 06:37 PM
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Fish-N-Fool knot. Similar in concept to a double uni but easier to tie. You pass the line through the hook eye twice, then tie a uni. Only one tag end to trim. It was a Knot Wars winner a few years ago.

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