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Fishing Knots

Fishing knots differ as greatly as the fish we are trying to catch, but most fishing knots can be used regardless of the specific situation and are good to use in different fishing environments. Below find categories of how to tie fishing knots for attaching line to terminal tackle, line to line and other specialty fishing knots that any angler will find useful.

Fishing Knots For
Attaching Line To Tackle

Tying fishing knots usually means tying fishing line to terminal tackle. The most used skill any angler employs is how to tie fishing line to a hook or other rigging. There are a variety of ways to tie on your hook, each with different degrees of complexity and various strengths and other qualities. Here you will find plenty of options to complete your fishing knot tying skillset and be sure when the bite is on, so is your hook!

Fishing knots for attaching line to tackle


Specialty Fishing Knots

Some fishing knots neither attach a hook or rig or another line. These fishing knots serve special purposes such as creating strong dropper loops, creating stops for bobbers and more. Learn about other ways knots can help anglers on the water.

Specialty fishing knots


Fishing Knots For
Attaching Line To Line

In many situations you will find yourself needing to attach one fishing line to another. Depending on what your purpose is, such as attaching a leader to monofilament of a lesser test, or whatever the case may be, you have a few option on how to accomplish this. In this section you will learn how to tie fishing knots for attaching line to line.

Fishing knots for attaching line to line



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