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Can somebody please tell me the correct knot to use for tying new line onto my reel.In the past I've always got the bloke in the shop to load my reel for me but I want to do it myself this time.
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Thanks for the info Fizz.My browser won't let me access that site for some reason but at least I know the name of the knot now so I can do a search for it.
 

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Hi Fogbound,

Iv'e got to agree 100%, the Grinner knot for nearly everything, it's the best

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Drew
 

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Sorry Bellboy but I couldn't find the knot in that section which is why I had to ask for help.Anyway I've got the info now so I can tie a new line on tomorrow..I'm off now to spin with my old line that is too heavy really but hopefully I'll have some luck.
 

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Bellboy said:
no need to go to A.NET just look left
at the blue box, click on ...
RIGS AND KNOTS

(WE GOT IT ALL ON THIS SITE, NO NEED TO LEAVE ) :)







fizz who's side are you on ? :eek:
OOPS sorry bellboy had a bit of a rough nite mate swatting up on my first aid got exam tommorrow wont make the same mistake again:confused: :)
 

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No need to apologise mate.
Anyway I might not change to a lghter line now because I used the line which I thought was too big last night and I caught a cracking sea trout on a spinner, I had nothing to weigh it with but it was a very good fish
 
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