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This is my system for hooking up my line to the arrow with a AMS slide. Works very good and makes removing and attaching arrows quick and easy. Best part is, once you get everything set you won't have to cut/burn line out on the water.
To start cut a pice of line about 18" long. Run it through the safety slide following the groves.
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Line up the ends and tie an overhand knot making a loop 6-8" long. Make a similar loop on the end of your line coming from the reel. Cut and melt the excess line from the knots.
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Feed the line from the reel through the loop on the arrow.
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Pull the line from the reel to the tip of the arrow and feed the arrow through the loop.
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Pull the loop to the end of the arrow and feed the arrow completely through the loop.
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You should end up like this.
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Then pull tight.
 

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I've used this for years and never had problems. It will never tighten, but never come loose and It and quickly be undone by pulling the arrow back through the loop. I tie loops on all my backup arrows do it'll I break a knock or tip I can unhook and rehook a new arrow...usually takes less than 60sec. It might take a couple times to get it right, but once you figure out how to do it you won't look back. It's the best and fastest way I've found to attach an arrow.
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Awesome thanks
No problem. I'm not sure what kind of line they use on spinner reels...I've only ever used a retriever. Should work basically the same...might just be a little harder to get undone if the line is thinner.
 
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