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Fishing Knots

How to Tie the Seaguar Knot
Developed by Seaguar, the world’s foremost fluorocarbon line manufacturer, the Seaguar Knot was built around the need to attach tough leaders to you...
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How to Tie the Offshore Swivel (Cat’s Paw) Knot
When you’re fishing with very heavy monofilament or fluorocarbon, many knots can be hard to tie because of the line diameter and its attendant stiff...
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How to Tie the Alberto Knot
Designed by Alberto Knie when braided superlines were new to the market, the Alberto Knot is an excellent choice for joining a heavy monofilament...
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How to Tie the (Triple) Surgeon’s Knot
Initially developed to hold the two sides of a suture closed while the surgeon completed the stitch, the Surgeon’s Knot quickly gained popularity am...
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How to Tie the Arbor Knot
The Arbor Knot, sometimes also known as the Canadian Jam, is used by anglers to attach line to the arbor of their reels. Designed to hold fast for eme...
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How to Tie the Improved Clinch Knot
The Improved Clinch knot is a staple of fly fishing, but you’ll also find it anywhere light monofilament lines are the go-to choice. An ideal knot f...
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How To Tie the Bimini Twist Knot
For in- and offshore trolling with braided mainline, there’s no stronger knot than the Bimini Twist. Designed around the needs of anglers chasing tu...
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How to Tie the Rapala Knot
Rapala Knot - Good Loop Knot For All Line Types As any pro can tell you, there’s a big difference between a snug knot and a loop knot when you’re ...
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How to Tie the San Diego Jam Knot
San Diego Jam - Good Snug Knot for All Line Types Braid makes awesome main line, offering ridiculous strength for diameter and superior limpness for e...
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How to Tie the FG Knot
Whether you chase the thrill of fighting big sailfish or tuna or spend your weekends muscling monster bass on your local lake, you’re probably alrea...
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