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Fly Line to Leader Cast Connectors

   

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No complicated or confusing knots are required when using our Fly Line to Leader Cast Connectors, just a couple of over hand knots and you're rigged and ready to cast. In addition to providing a fast and easy line to leader link, the cast connectors will not rust or affect your drift, mend, cast or hook-set. Plus, the hi-vis orange color connector allows you to easily track your line in rough, flat, murky and clear water. 6-pack.

  • Simple to use
  • Fast and easy link
  • Won't affect your drift, mend, cast or hook-set
Fly Line to Leader Cast Connectors 3.9 5 15 15
Ingenious product I have searched fly shops all over the West for these, and they never have them. The large size is made to connect a fly line to a leader, the smaller size works well for connecting tippet materials to a leader. Yeah, a nail knot is easy for a line-leader connection, but this is easier still, and stronger, with less friction and an ability to pass seamlessly through your guides. No spray, perfect transfer of energy--I love this simple product and have taken to stockpiling them (needlessly, as they never fail). JG February 28, 2011
Fly line Connectors To clarify, I am a beginner at fly fishing. I thought the connectors would be worth the try since I am just starting out. They work fine. My only complaint would be that as a beginner I would have liked more more information on tying the connectors. The packaging didn't come with any information. Now I can tie basic knots and that is what I did; I was just nervous that I would not tie them correctly or in a fashion that would be productive. July 31, 2011
The Best! I've used these for forty years and can't find them in any of my local shops. Glad I found them here. The one review said they wouldn't go thru his guides has me a bit confused? If your fly line will go thru the guide, so will these, they're only a few hundredths of an inch larger than the fly line! Warning, they won't go thru sideways. ;-) April 16, 2014
quick and easy leader change I bought these to take on a fishing trip to Canada where I will need to quickly change leaders, everything from trout leaders to steel leaders for Northern. They are fast, cast easily, much more convenient than tying knots, or having loops hang up in the guides. I will never go back to nail knots. May 2, 2011
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Is it strong enough for steelhead fighting?
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They scare me...I would hate to lose the fish of a lifetime because I was in a hurry or lazy...it would weigh heavy on my fishing attitude...Personally I use a nail knot, has never failed me...
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I had an authorized Orvis dealer tell me that he has used one of these for almost 12 years without replacing it--in that time he has caught steelhead and mackinaw. My experience is that they would, if connected properly. They seem indestructible.
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Of course they will, that's what they're designed for.
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Yes. Out if the box some of them will need to have small plastic burs removed.
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Easily
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yeah they will--on anything but the smallest (as in child's size) stream rods.
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how does this work?

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Fly line and leader are inserted thru small holes. An over hand knot prevents them from sliding back out.

Works great.
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If this is the torpedo shaped connector, which I believe is what you are asking about, you push the end of the fly line through one side and out the middle. Tie a small knot in the end of the line and pull it back into the connector. Do the same with the heavy end of the leader and you have a smooth connection that will slip through the guides (if necessary) quite easily. Be sure you have the correct size for your fly line or it won't fit.
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1. Thread your fly line through the hole on one end, bring it out the side, and tie an overhand knot.
2. Thread the butt of your leader through the hole on the other end, bring it out the side, and tie an overhand knot.
3. Clip the excess tag off the knot in your line and leader, and then pull the knots inside the connector.
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Please advise the range of line sizes that the product covers (2 different model numbers of each color)

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I purchased the larger size to use on an 8wt line. It works just fine with an assortment of different leaders.
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my experience is that the larger size connects a fly line (even a heavy ended shooting line) to a leader, while the smaller works well for leader-tippet connections.
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I would suggest small size for 6 weights and under. Use the medium connectors on 7 weights and greater.
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