Leaders, tippet, monofilament, knotted, furled, braided, twined - The connection from the fly line to the fly - - Global FlyFisher

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Leaders
The connection from the fly line to the fly


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Capt. Mel's Tube Knot
After years of seeing knots that either were so bulky they had a hard time going through the guides or worse they failed causing the loss of a good fish, I found a way to jam the fly line core up against an ordinary nail knot. This knot is as strong as the fly line, and as you will see it's also very small. See our article about this knot.