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I've never had a problem with a palomar knot on braided line. As a matter of fact, it seems to be pretty dang stout. I use power pro but I wouldn't imagine it would make that big of a difference from one braid to the next. Good luck!:)
 

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I use the palomar for heavier braided line and the improved clinch for the lighter 8-12lb lines. Haven't had any noticeable problems with either. I don't know if it is just b/c of the lighter line or what but it seems the improved clinch holds longer. Can fish with one knot all day.
 

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[rquote=1547342&tid=107705&author=Plasticman]After you make your last wrap---go back out thru the top with the end and If you are fishing for money--a dab of super glue is a must...:cheers:[/rquote]

Same thing I do when doing the ice fishing tourneys up here except the super glue. :cheers::cheers:
 

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[rquote=1547349&tid=107705&author=Parker]I use a palomar on all of my braided bass rigs, and have yet to have a break or a slipped knot.

Parker[/rquote]
yep me too and i fish with braids 75% of the time
 

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[rquote=1547330&tid=107705&author=T Mall][rquote=1547126&tid=107705&author=cardiackiller]spider wire:confused:

stren!!!!!!!:claphands::claphands:[/rquote]

hey man it was free :D

I usually use stren or cajunline :superman:[/rquote]
haha :rof2::rof2: just messin wit ya cant beat free stuff!
 
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