Thank you for your inquiry. There are a variety of good knots that will work, it will depend on what knots you are good at tying and trust - there is even a seaguar knot. It is perfectly fine to use a snap swivel which also works well.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
- Springfield, MO
Bob Sand's knot.
Depends on the action of the crankbait.
I prefer a direct tie with a Palomar knot.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
- Hollywood, CA
TR knot look it up on youtube.
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
I use a knot where you make two loops through the swivel and the twist the tail around the main line five times and go back through both loops you made at first and pull tight, makes a beautiful knot that will not slip or break.
I would not use a snap swivel myself I have have back luck with them and big fish, think I would just straight tie.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
- Apalachicola, FL
I use a uni to uni knot with 6 turns on the mono to 10 turns on the braid.
Swivel or direct, it's your choice. Either way is good.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
- Maui, hawaii
albright or uni/uni..don't think you need a swivel with a crankbait..speaking about saltwater..
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
- Lansdale, Pa(fishing central NJ inshore, offshore)
The Albright is a good knot for these two diameters, If you want to use a swivel use a barrel swivel between the two lines and then tie direct to crankbait.
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answered 4 years, 8 months ago
- Wakefield, Ma.
I would use a quality barrel swivel and Palomar knots for the line to line connection and a surgeons loop to the crankbait if it has no o ring
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
- New Jersey
the seaguar knot (overhand knot that you twist 3 times and go through
use the seaguar knot. take th 2 lines and make a loop out of them, twist the loop 3 times then bring the acess line through the loop
use the "no name" or "albright" knot with less wraps
answered 5 years, 5 months ago