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Taking the Plunge Into

Alberto:

This knot is tied using two unequal lines of different size and material.

Blood:

Two lines are joined together in this type.

Double Uni:

This is the easiest possible fishing knot as it simply combines’ two lines together.

J Knot:

This type is a strong leader of the line knot.

Nail:

This joins the fly line to leader.

Slim beauty:

The leader is joined to the line in this category.

Willis:

It attaches the leader to lead core fishing line.

Albright special:

This is yet another type of knot which joins two lines of varying size and material.

Bristol:

This knot attaches a leader to a double line.

FG:

This is used with braided line and a leader of line knot.

Seaguar:

It combines fluorocarbon line to monofilament line.

Surgeons:

It helps to tie two different knots together.

Yucatan:

It joins a leader to line knot. The best is mono to braid knot.

Australian Plait:

This makes a 100% strong double line loop.

Bimmi Twist:

This knot is created with a double line to connect the hook, lure and leader.

Dropper loop:

It creates a loop anywhere possible in the line.

Homer Rhode loop:

This knot makes a loop connection to enable tackling with heavy line.

King Sling:

This knot forms a loop at the end of the line.

Kreh loop:

This is made by tying a lure of fly to a line along with a non-slip loop.

Perfection loop:

It enables tying a loop at the end of any fishing line in an easy way.

Spider hitch:

This knot creates a double edge or loop.

Non slip loop:

It is created by tying a fly to an edge with another non-slip loop.

Rapala:

Enables tying of fly to a line along with a non-slip loop.

Surgeon’s end loop:

It helps in tying a non-slip loop at the end of the edge.

Equipped with this preliminary information, get started. Again last but not the least set of instructions for you are here!

• Choose the right fishing knot and tie it up accurately.

• Always lubricate the knots.

• Ensure that the trim tag ends close to the knot.

Keep fishing!