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How to tie the Perfcection Loop

 

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The Perfection Loop

  

 

     The Perfection Loop is sometimes tied at the end of the fly leader just above the tippet section and then, a matching Perfection Loop is tied in the tippet and used to attach the leader to the tippet resulting in an easy to change "loop-to-loop" connection.

 

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    Step 1

    Hold the leader in your left hand and the tag end in your right hand form a loop. Also, make sure that the tag end of       the leader is behind the standing end of the leader. Then, pinch the point where the two end cross between your         thumb and index finger.

 

 

     Step 2

    Next, form another smaller loop in front of the first loop with the tag end and again pinch the point where the two           cross.

 

 

     Step 3

     Then, pass the tag end between the two loops while continuing to pinch the point where the two loops cross.

 

 

     Step 4

     Next, reach through the large loop (back loop) and grasp the small loop (front loop).

 

 

     Step 5

     Last, pull the small loop through the big loop to  tighten the knot while continuing to pinch the point where the two          loops cross.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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