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How to knot a fishing hook
In this article we will explain how to knot a fishing hook, by few different ways. Follow our simple instructions, and your hook will never slipped away from the line!
How to knot a fishing hook
Palomar KnotPalomar knot is one of the simplest knots, which required eyed hook. This knot will never go loose or untie. The steps are very easy. Pass the line loop through the hook eye (1) and make a simple tie loop (2). Pass the end of the loop over the hook (3) and tight it (4). This knot is perfect for braided line, but also suitable for mono line.
To make this knot you should: Pass the line two times through the hook eye and make a loop (1) Wrap around two lines with the tail about 5-8 times (2) Pull the line end to tight the knot (3) Pull the base of the line to reduce the loop and fix the knot to the hook (4).
It is necessary to practice a bit before this knot will be in your memory forever. It is possible to use this knot for tying any objects with eyes.
To male this knot it is necessary to pass the line through the eye and wrap around the main line about 5 times (1) Pass the end of the line through the fist line loop, nearest to the hook eye and then through the largest loop (2) By pulling the both ends of the line, tight the knot into its shape.
Clinch knot is also known as a bloodknot.
To make snell knot you sold: Pass the line through the hooks eye. It is much better to pass the line from the point side, rather than from the back. Make simple loop along the hooks shank. If you do not have an eye, just hold the line near the spade and imagine, that the eye is there. - this is a bit tricky, but after few trials it should be easy as well (1) Wrap hooks' shank and one part of the loop with the end of the line 5-8 times, do it neatly (2) Push all coils towards the eye and tight down the knot.
It is possible to make a snell knot on the basis of the bloodknot as well.
General adviseWhen knot is tightened to the final shape, the slip resistance and bending forces are very high and the temperature of the line in the tying knot can rise dramatically. This can seriously damage the line with loosing plenty of its strength. To avoid it, add a drop of water to the knot before the final tightening.
The best knot for fishing hookIn this article we look through few main knot for fishing hook, from simplest to a complicated one.
After many trials and experiments, we found, that the best fishing hook knot is a snell knot. For almost all our fishing rigs we use this type of knots to tie hooks.
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