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How is the Trilean knot of braid?

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It looks easy to tie any may be good in braid by the looks of it!

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I already know how to tie the Palomar, and it's great for braid as we all know. Just wanted to know if it would do!

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I would stick with a Palomar. I never had any luck with Trilene holding, it slips.

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Why experiment?  The Palomar is hard to beat.

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Palomar or Uni when a Palomar is impractical will be best with braid.

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I would have to say go with the "Palomar." It is definately a strong knot with no slippage...I have pulled up trees (large branches) when using this knot

I have to say its one of the easiest knots to tie...

1. Take your line through the eye of the hook,

2. Double back tag line to make a loop

3. Tie overhand knot, don't pull tight just yet

4. The the hook through the loop

5. moisten line and pull

6. Cut tag line

Here you can see how they do it, pretty much the same, I just don't double the line first...I feel its easier to the single line through eye and double back.

http://www.animatedknots.com/palomar/index.php?LogoImage=LogoGrog.jpg&Website=www.animatedknots.com

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