Yes, insert the mono/fluorocarbon 5 or 6 inches into the hollow spectra then apply the glue 1 drop at a time starting at the top and let it wick down to the end of the spectra. Try not to get an overrun onto the mono. If you do don't worry about it as it doesn't seem to hurt anything, just messy. It will be dry by the time you get the cap back on and put it away.Do you insert the mono/fluoro then put the glue on the spectra?
While the spectra is wet, it will not work. But spectra dries out very quickly. Simply do the connection when it dries.I have heard that once the spectra is wet, this method will not work. I am not sure since I never had to do this on the boat. Does anyone know if this is true??
The MSDS on it looks the same as other super glue adhesives. However, I find it very different in smell, strength and extremely easier to glue your fingers together.Their web site says it's very pure superglue. How does this method work with regular superglue? Does tac glue wick into the spectra better?
Okay, I found and read the 11 page thread on this. It's a good read and it does look good. I only have hollow on my Mak 16 and 20 and solid on everything else. I usually use a Pena/Bob Sands or improved Albright to attach mono/fluoro to the spectra. I usually put a drop of superglue on the knot just to be sure. I think I'll stick with that unless/until I have more rigs with hollow.Do a search on this board, very lengthy and informative discussion.