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fishsmart wrote:The finger saver removes the potential for getting line cuts from the braid while allowing the knots to be pulled tight.
If you need small diameter Albright knots for micro guides consider using one.
fishsmart wrote:It is basically a grooved ring. The groove contains material, when wrapped circumferentially 3-4 times with braid, that will allow pulling slack out of the knots to make them tight and smaller.
Steve Williams wrote:I think they are extremely useful tool and if you fish braid a lot and especially braid with a leader, they are indespensible. I have two. I keep one in hook box and wear one on my right ring finger to thumb while fishing. they make a big difference in knot tying to me.
froteur wrote:i have a pair. one for each hand. it's a "handy" item.
Toadslayer72 wrote:froteur wrote:i have a pair. one for each hand. it's a "handy" item.
Yeah I ended up ordering two and the thought had crossed my mind to use two at the same time but it seems like the braid side is what really needs to be drawn down the most.
Toadslayer72 wrote:My only concern is that wrapping leader material in small loop and applying pressure may cause it to weaken.
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