|Names||Albright Special, Albright Knot|
The Albright special or Albright knot is a knot (properly, a bend) used in angling. It is a strong knot used to tie two different diameters of line together, for instance to tie monofilament to braid. The Albright is relatively smooth and passes through guides when required. Some anglers coat the knot with a rubber based cement to make it even smoother and more secure.
When tying, it is important to wind the loops neatly around the loop of larger line.
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- Animated Albright knot video and Step by Step Procedure
- Video instructions on how to tie an Albright knot
- "Albright knot", Animated Knots by Grog. Accessed: April 2013.
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