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Line Leader Connectors - No Knots - #1 - 3 Packs, 6 Connectors Per Pack (18 Connectors Total) - 1-50 lb Test - No Tangle - #MP-1

$7.74


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Fly fishing line connector Forrester Fly DAM.

Fly fishing line connector in the ideal face M to connect fly fishing lines of n°3 to n°6. The size L in yellow is perfect to connect fly fishing lines of n° 7 to n° 10.

As illustrated in FIG. 10, when the simple four step process is followed, a complex frictional connection is achieved between the fishing line connector and the fishing line 46. The open-ended eye loop 16 plays a critical role in "locking" the line so that the line cannot unwrap from the coiled member 14 during typical use. The fishing line connector and the method of affixing a fishing line thereto create a fast, simple and strong knotless connection.

Knotless Fish Line Connector - Patent 4117574 by Patents-325

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    The third step, referring to FIG. 9, comprises wrapping the fishing line 46 around the coiled member 14 longitudinally from the shank 12 to the open-ended eye loop 16. The line is wrapped around the coiled member in the same rotational direction as in the first two steps, such that the line passes transversely through the spaces between adjacent coils and frictionally engages the coils and fishing line disposed in the first two steps. The fourth and final step to affixing the fishing line to the fishing line connector 10 consists of slipping the line into the open-ended eye loop 16, such that the line passes transversely between the open end 28 and the integral end of the shaft 26 of the eye loop.

    In application (FIGS. 7-10), the fishing line 46 is affixed to the fishing line connector through a simple four step process of wrapping the fishing line around the coiled member in alternating longitudinal directions successively with each coil along the length of the coiled member. The first step, referring to FIG..7, comprises holding the end 48 of the fishing line adjacent to the shank 12 while wrapping the fishing line around the coiled member 14 longitudinally from the shank to the open-ended eye loop 16. The fishing line is wrapped around the coiled member, as indicated by Arrow A in FIG. 7, in the opposite rotational direction that the coils 22 are formed, as indicated by Arrow B in FIG. 7, such that the line passes transversely through the spaces between adjacent coils 22 and frictionally engages each coil.