How Do You Tie Braided Fishing Line to Fluorocarbon?

Braided fishing line has become a popular choice among anglers, thanks to its sensitivity and strength. It is available in a variety of colors and lengths, and can be used for everything from trolling to bass fishing.

However, many anglers are unsure of how to properly tie braided fishing line to fluorocarbon. This guide will provide step-by-step instructions on how to make this important connection.

The first step is to choose the right type of knot for tying the two lines together. The double uni knot is recommended, as it is strong and secure and it easily slides through the guides on the rod.

To create this knot, start by threading both lines through the eye at the end of your rod. Then take one line over the other and make five or six wraps around both lines before tightening them.

Next, take one end of the line and make a loop around your finger or thumb. Now slide this loop over both lines and pull it tight. You should now have two loops on each side of the knot.


Take one end of each loop and pass them through each other. Pull them tight so that they come together in a figure eight pattern. Finally, pull both ends of the knot until it is tight enough to hold securely.

Tying braided fishing line to fluorocarbon may seem like an intimidating task at first, but with a bit of practice you will soon be able to do it with ease. It’s important that you use a strong knot such as a double uni so that you can be sure that your connection will stay secure throughout your entire fishing trip.


Tying braided fishing line to fluorocarbon can be done quickly and easily with the right materials and technique.

The double uni knot is an ideal choice for this connection as it provides plenty of strength and security for your line setup. With some practice, you’ll soon be able tie braided fishing lines with confidence every time you hit the water.

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Daniel Bennet