The Albright knot is a quick and easy method of attaching Braid to Monofilment.
Step 1:Double the end of the heavier line and thread the lighter line through the loop created.
Step 2:Make at least 5 wraps down the doubled line of the heavier line.
Step 3:Make at least 5 wraps back up and over the top of the wraps created in step 2.
Step 4:Thread the tag end back through the loop alongside the standing line.
Step 5:Moisten the line if nylon then gently but firmly tighten the knot. Trim tags short.
Albright Fishing knotThe Albright knot is a quick and easy method of attaching Braid to Monofilment or cordage & lighter line to heavier line. It is used where the lines vary significantly in diameter size. The Albright knot is mostly used when working nylon or very slippery based lines or cordage, where a stronger, more permanent connection might be required. As it is not prone to slippage, it is also useful in attaching slippery nylon type cordage, line and rope. They make it easier to pull tight to complete the knot. Line wear can occur with this knot if worked, so it should be replaced at regular intervals.
In the case of fishing practises, the Albright knot is a quick and easy method of attaching leaders or line to backing. It is commonly used to join the fly line to the fly-reel backing line e.g., tying an 80-lb. shock tippet to a 15-lb. class tippet when saltwater fishing. The Albright is relatively smooth and passes through guides when required. Some anglers coat the knot with a rubber based cement to make it even smoother and more secure.
Line Classes: Light to Heavy
Line types: Monofilaments, super lines, fly line, cordage, rope
Retained Breaking Strength: 90% to 95%
Application: Joining lines vary significantly in diameter size.
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