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  • How to Tie Braided Line to Flurocarbon OR Monofilament | Crazy Alberto Knot

    How to Tie Braided Line to Flurocarbon OR Monofilament | Crazy Alberto Knot

    Learn how to tie braided line to flurocarbon OR monofilament using the Crazy Alberto Knot! This video gives you insight into the benefits of using braid with a leader along with showing you how to properly tie this knot! Saving you Time and Money, you'll want to see why so many people are using this setup!

  • How to Tie Braided Line to Flurocarbon OR Monofilament | Crazy Alberto Knot

    How to Tie Braided Line to Flurocarbon OR Monofilament | Crazy Alberto Knot

    Learn how to tie braided line to flurocarbon OR monofilament using the Crazy Alberto Knot! This video gives you insight into the benefits of using braid with a leader along with showing you how to properly tie this knot! Saving you Time and Money, you'll want to see why so many people are using this setup!

  • Four Reasons You Still Need to Fish with Monofilament

    Four Reasons You Still Need to Fish with Monofilament

    With the popularity of fluorocarbon and braided lines, it is easy to see monofilament as the forgotten choice when it comes to fishing line. As bass fishing has become more technical and specialized, the line choice of professional anglers varies based on the lure they are using and even down to where they are fishing a lure. Having a well-rounded arsenal of rods, reels, baits and line can help put more fish in the boat.

  • Adopt a Mono-Tube to Keep Fishing Line Out of Fishery

    Adopt a Mono-Tube to Keep Fishing Line Out of Fishery

    Help us keep discarded monofilament (fishing line) out of inshore waters. Discarded fishing line can be very dangerous to birds, marine life, and even boats - it is estimated fishing line will last 400-600 years in the environment before it begins to break down. You can help by adopting a monofilament recycling tube, AKA monotube, at one of these popular fishing locations listed below. Adoption involves monitoring your tube twice a month depending on the location. Once collected, the fishing line is sent to Berkley Fishing, where it is recycled into tackle boxes or other fishing equipment, as well as fish habitats!

  • Recycling Mono

    Recycling Mono

    The program's ultimate goal is to create a network of marked recovery bins at popular fishing locations throughout the state where recreational anglers can dispose of the monofilament as a first step toward recycling the synthetic fishing line into fishing habitats or other products.

  • KingKast® unveils new tournament grade mono for 2016

    KingKast® unveils new tournament grade mono for 2016

    The KastKing Masters Monofilament comes in a variety of test breaking strengths and attractive packaging.

  • Line Tips: When to Use Monofilament

    Line Tips: When to Use Monofilament

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    Seaguar staffer Glenn Walker talks about the applications for monofilament line.

  • Seaguar How-To: Line Tips on When to Use Monofilament

    Seaguar How-To: Line Tips on When to Use Monofilament

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    Seaguar staffer Glenn Walker talks about the applications for monofilament line.

  • Berkley Fishing Line Recycling Makes Fish Habitats

    Berkley Fishing Line Recycling Makes Fish Habitats

    Public response to Berkley's innovative line and spool recycling program has been remarkable. Since 1990, the Berkley Conservation Institute, with the help of anglers everywhere, has recycled more than 9 million miles worth of fishing line. That's enough line to fill two reels for every angler in America.

  • Jacob Wheeler Goes Old School on Topwater Line, Prefers Mono

    Jacob Wheeler Goes Old School on Topwater Line, Prefers Mono

    Judging by his flat-brim hats and flood of Instagram followers, young-gun bass pro Jacob Wheeler might seem out of place rocking a tactic typically considered old-school — throwing monofilament line. But he does.

  • Berkley Experience Trailer Headed to Sioux Falls

    Berkley Experience Trailer Headed to Sioux Falls

    COLUMBIA, S.C. - Each year, the Berkley Experience trailer sets across the country looking to promote fishing while giving families a fun, interactive experience. The Berkley Trailer is scheduled in Sioux Falls, S.D., at Scheels All Sports May 28-30.

  • Knot How-To: Trilene Knot

    Knot How-To: Trilene Knot

    The Trilene Knot, also known as the Two Turn Clinch Knot is great for tying line to snaps, swivels, hooks and lures.

  • Knot How-To: Palomar Knot

    Knot How-To: Palomar Knot

    How to tie a good knot is key to being successful as an angler. The Palomar knot is best for monofilament and superlines. Remember to wet the knot before pulling tight. Berkley, Catch More Fish!