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That depends on the line. For mono, which is my choice for these baits, I use an improved clinch. I would assume the improved clinch would be a good choice for copolymer as well. But I think I'd use Palomar for braid/fuoro because that's the only one I know for braid. Not quite sure about the fluoro because I don't use it and there are other personal preference people have.

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I use an improved clinch with copoly, mono, and fluoro.

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I use improved clinch with all line except braid, then I use a palomar knot. 

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Trilene knot .

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Palomoar you just go around the whole bait? I've done that and it seems off works... but seems off I've tied the improved clinch knot 2 times both the bait has been thrown off my line...

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Palomar is about all I use for anything now.  Just go around the entire bait.  Tie it right and you'll never break it.  

 

Others I have tried are the improved clinch, San Diego jam, and UNI knots.  All are good. 

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Trilene knot is a lot simpler to tie if you put your index finger in the second loop created . 

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Palomine knot- It is the strongest knot for these types of baits-PERIOD

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Trilene knot.

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I call it a Palomine knot because if you are my partner in a tournament and you lose a fish due to a snapped line due to the knot -YOU are no longer a  PAL O MINE

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On 7/19/2017 at 10:40 AM, scaleface said:

Trilene knot is a lot simpler to tie if you put your index finger in the second loop created . 

^^^ This ^^^

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On 7/19/2017 at 8:36 AM, Outdoor Zack said:

Palomar is about all I use for anything now.  Just go around the entire bait.  Tie it right and you'll never break it.  

 

 

Exactly. I have never lost a bait due to a knot breaking or coming undone with palomar. If I get hung up real bad hooks get bent but the knot comes back fine.

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