Anyone running these for stillwater fishing? I went through my gear bag recently to inventory for spring and found I need to re-stock my tapered leaders. I go through 6-8 of these things per year on my sinking lines. That adds up pretty quick and got me wondering about investing in a couple polyleaders with sink rates to match my lines. Then I'm only replacing the tippet as needed rather than swapping out the whole leader after a few outings. Questions for those who use them: How does tippet attachment work? Loop-to-loop? Blood/surgeons knot? I can imagine that cutting back the polyleader a couple inches every time you add tippet would chew them up pretty quickly. Do you notice any improvement in turnover, particularly with bunny leeches and other bulky patterns? Any drawbacks with using a polyleader compared to a traditional mono tapered leader? thanks in advance . . .