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Tippets: Choosing Knots, Fishing Freestone Streams

Strength isn’t the only thing to factor in when choosing a knot to use. From reliability to efficiency, Kent Klewein outlines characteristics to consider and why he opts for the uni-knot when out on the water. Via Gink & Gasoline. … more ?
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