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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 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Handy little gadget! I started fly fishing when I was around ten years of age and can only remember using a knot to attach fly leader for the first couple of years. After that I have always used no-knot eyelets. A lot of folks reviewing this item have mentioned having trouble inserting it into the end of their fly line. I was taught to simply get it started in the fly line and then gently tap it in using a teaspoon while keeping the end of the fly line straight - never a problem! I guess I have been using no-knot eyelets for 59+ years and "YES" I highly recommend them. May 7, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by difficult Have used similar devices years ago with no problem. These have an offset point that makes it difficult/impossible to insert more than 80%. Tried needles first to make the hole and that worked fine but inserting these with the offset point they will come out the side as you try to force them into the line. And yes I used the recommended size. January 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wow! A bit of a challenge for old eyes and fingers. But, I tried jerry's suggestion and used a pin to make a hole in the 5W line, but it was too big to go far enough. I wound up taking on of the eyelets and squeezing the barbs down and used it to make a pilot hole. I made sure that I went as deep as I needed by sizing up against a good barb. Then I replaced the pilot barb with a good one. That worked for me. July 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works good I like these for the fact that they enable me to use a knot that is much tighter than a fly line to leader knot. This allows the leader to be reeled up through the guides much easier and smoother than with a conventional line to leader knot. This is a big help with long leaders when landing a fish. I was skeptical of these and the possibility of failure(pulling out of the line) but thought I'd try them anyway. I don't recall ever having one of these pull out of my line although I have never caught any fish bigger than a couple of pounds while using these so I can't say how they would perform with larger fish. I haven't had any problems using these and they make re-tying leaders easier. July 22, 2012
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The one I am currently using is slightly longer than 1/2 inch.
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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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According to the Bass Pro website, there are fifteen to the package.
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about 10 or twelve
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15
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15
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They fit all sizes. The no-knot eyelets are available in large and small sizes.
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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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I've never used it in saltwater but would assume that if you rinsed it off after using it in saltwater it would be OK.
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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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