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How to Tie Fishing Knots
Get started today with these instructions and videos so that you will know how to tie different types of fishing knots. Tying fishing knots properly helps ensure that tackle does not come off your line. Fishing rigs are the combination of tackle (hooks, swivels, sinkers, etc.
Perfection loop knot
Knots every angler should know when learning how to tie a fishing knot.
In-line dropper knot
Learn to tie drip loop knots to connect different lures while fishing.
Best fishing knot
Learn how to choose and tie the best knot for fishing with hooks, lures and rigs.
Dual surgeon's knot
Learn how to tie a strong knot in a braid in a few simple steps.
Learn these simple fishing knots that will keep your hooks from unhooking.
Learn how to tie the Duncan Loop Knot.
Learn how to tie your lines together with different knots to catch more fish.
Figure eight loop knot
The figure-of-eight line loop knot is easy to tie and is usually used for multi-hook lines.
The Rapala knot is a non-slip loop knot for connecting your lure to your line.
If you want to learn how to tie fishing knots, there is no better way than a drawstring knot.
Learn how to tie hangman's knots so you can catch bigger fish.
Non-slip loop fishing knot
The non-slip loop knot creates a fixed loop that the hook can move freely.