Here's the instructions I found. Maybe somebody will rocognize it and provide a diagram. Or maybe somebody can figure out these instructions and draw one up. I'm curious to know this knot.
It took me a while to figure out how to tie this knot even with help from Rodney on the Qualifier 105. So I don't know if you will be able to understand my description but here it goes. Also since the knot starts like the Trilene knot, it will be easier to understand if you know this knot or can look at a description on how to tie it. They are available in most knot books or web sites.
Step 1. You put the line through the eye of the hook twice. You wrap the tag end around the main line going away from the hook only one and a half times. Like the Trilene knot, you then put the tag end through the loop made by going back to the hook and under the line that is wrapped around the hook's eye.
As in the Trilene knot, be careful not to let the two lines through the eye cross else the crossing wrap will cut into the other wrap.
2. For me, this was the hard part. So far, you have a loose Trilene knot with only one and a half turns. You now take the loop (that was formed from the top of the wrap to the part of the tag end that goes the loop described above) and turn if approximately one and a half turn in a direction opposite the original wraps from step one were made. Use you finger at the top of this loop as you perform this step because you must put the tag end through this loop.
3. Now you put the tag end through the loop at the farthest point from the hook. This is tricky. The line can go through this loop from two directions. You chose the direction so that the line comes out of the loop the same as the main line goes into this loop. These should line up when the loop is turned about one and a half turns as described in step 2.
Now you're ready to tighten the knot. If it was made correctly, there will be a figure eight forming above the two wraps that go around the hook's eye and the tag end comes out of the figure eight next to and main line going into the figure eight towards the hook.
4. To tighten, pull both line at the same time away from the hook but let the tag end slip through you fingers so the figure eight can tighten. Once the figure eight is tight against the hook, pull on both lines to tighten the knot.
If the tag end went through the final loop correctly, then it will be adjacent the main line like the Palomar knot. If the tag end went through the final loop incorrectly, the tag end will stick out 90 degrees or more from the main line.
5. Once you're sure the knot has been tied correctly, cut the tag end.