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Clips and connectors

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Surprisingly, there is not a huge selection of effective attachment clips on the market, but here are some of the stars: The Genie Clip: an often copied clip that allows easy attachment of a soft bait, inchiku or small jig. Suitable for up to 20lb braid. Just ensure that the the eye is closed so they won’t come off. There are lots of fakes around, so look out for the real thing -- they wont straighten out. Norman Speed Clip: a weird, almost sideways opening spilt rig, popular for smaller lures and rigs. Probably one of the best choices, but a leaping kahawai could cause a “cam" like action, meaning you loose the jig head, lure and fish. NT Eight Lock Snaps: like it's name indicates, this is a figure-eight clip that you can open at both ends. Good for mid-range lures and rig and attachments. A bit unsightly but effective, with up to 67kg breaking strain. Power Jig Quick Tek: the big one. A corkscrew-like wind-on/wind-off attachment. Use for kingfish jigs and big sinkers. These make for easy removal so, when you are traveling, the heavy bits can be taken off, so they won't damage the boat or rod guides. Some customers have used the larger successfully for stick baits. Ten Mouth Hyper Snap: my favourite. Hard to get, and hard to open with wet hand, but it never fails, it's great for small lures and jig heads and has a 35kg breaking strain. But keep in mind that, even after writing this, I can still report that the best thing for attaching anything to the end of your line is still the same old thing: a uni knot.