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Basic Fishing Knots
Uni Knot for tying on hooks, rings & swivels
Uni-Knot Version Of The Hangman’s Knot
A better join can be made using one of the Hangman’s Knots, known to the International Game Fish Association fisherman as the Uni-Knot.
This is a knot used for attaching the line to the spool of the reel.
Overlap the two lines for about 15cm.
Using one end, form a circle that overlies both lines.
Pass the end six times around the two lines.
Pull the end tight to draw the knot up into shape.
Repeat the process using the end of the other line.
Pull both lines to slide the two knots together.
The blood knot is probably one off, if not the, most commonly used fishing knot in game fishing. It it usually used as shown to join two pieces of fishing line together, and can also be used to tie line to a hook.
Full Blood Knot for Tying on Hooks
The Albright Knot is a standard connection used to join two monofilament lines of different diameters. It is suited for attaching leaders of around three or four times the breaking strain of the main line.
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