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Tackle & Technique

Knots ROTO KNOT CONNECTION OF DACRON (PE) WITH MONOFILAMENT LINE - VARIANT 1 Braided main lines can be connected to a monofilament topshot or a leader out of nylon using “clamp” windings. These are referred to as roto knotters. These (thread) bobbin holders are heavy and have a mechanism to regulate the resistance during unwinding. Uniform, controlled winding works when the roto knotter is as close as possible to the line to be wound. The distance here between the fingers, the main line and monofilament lines should be as small as possible (less than 1 cm). 1. First, wind about 1.5 m of the braided main line onto the spool of the roto knotter.


Tackle & Technique
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