No-Knot Eyelet

   

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  • Line-to-leader attachment device
  • For hollow core floating lines
  • 15 eyelets
The No-Knot Eyelet is a ine-to-leader attachment device. the No-Knot Eyelet is recommended only for hollow core floating fly lines. 15 eyelets per pack.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The no knot eyelet...the best idea. It makes the tying very simple. The line is just tied to the eyelet instead of the 2 lines together. I use the small one. Just feed it into the line slow and straight. If your hand isn't that steady and it goes a little crooked, just cut that little piece off and do it again. You'll get it. June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent product I have used these products for many years however with the small size and my aging eyes it has become difficult to insert them properly especially in small size line. this time around I used a magnifying glass and I found that using a pin from my wifes sewing kit to open up the hole in the line first it was much easier to insert the eyelet August 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Connectors I've used these for several years and have yet to have one to pull free from the line when correctly inserted. Only problem now is not the connector but the age of the user. Vision not as goo or hands as steady as they used to be. LOL July 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Good, but some what smaller than I throught, my mistake, but very happy to find them again, much easier then tying notts!! March 31, 2011
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small one is 3/4 "
large on is 1"
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abbout one inch long
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I use the Improved Clinch Knot.
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Put it thru the eye once, twist the line together 6-8 times. take the end that you had put thru the eye, and put it thru the little loop you will find down by the eye. (not the eye) above the eye. Pull it thru enough so when you pull it tight, the end stays in the hole. Hopefully, I explained it right.
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How many are in a package?

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about 10 or twelve
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15
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15
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most all - different sizes for different size lines
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They make two sizes that fit the various size lines
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The have two different sizes for 3-5 wt lines and 6-9 wt lines.
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Yes, I have used them when I lived on the Texas coast. They are Simple to use and durable.
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Yes, They are metal
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Yes, but change it daily
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