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Tying a braid to braid knot can be helpful if your fishing line gets frayed, if it breaks off on structure, or if you get a wind knot that can't be untangled. Learn about two fishing knots that you can use to connect braided line, and find out how to tie both in this section.
If you are learning how to fish, you will find that there are some situations that may require you to tie a braid knot to connect or re-connect your line. For example, you might need to tie a braid knot if you get a wind knot that can't be untangled, if your line gets frayed against sharp oysters or rocks, or if your line gets hung up on structure. There are a couple of different braided knots you can use if this happens.
You might already be familiar with a single Uni as a braid to hook knot, but the Double Uni Knot is one of the best fishing knots for connecting braided line. Now that you know which situations might require you to tie braid to braid, you can practice tying the Double Uni Knot.
There is one modification you may want to make in order to ensure your braid knot remains tight and strong under pressure. Follow the steps to tying the Double Uni Knot, but make eight wraps in the second step to give the knot with additional strength.
The Blood Knot is used for connecting two lines of similar diameters, making it another good option for connecting braid to braid (also works for fishing knots braid to leader). This knot is also used by fly anglers for building fly fishing leaders since it is a sleek, symmetrical knot.
Now that you know how to tie a braid to braid knot, check out a few more braided line knots for connecting braid to fluorocarbon or monofilament.
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