I use a nylon bag over my racking cane to help keep hop matter out during transfer. You want to put the bag over the end that is going into the vessel that you are transferring from and secure it with a couple sanitized rubber bands. If you put it over the other end on the vessel you are going to transfer to then when you first begin to transfer it will act to aerate the beer, which is something you don't want to do.
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