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Fishing Knots
Follow the links below for instructions and videos on tying each knot.

Berkley Braid Knot  ~  Blood Knot  ~  Clinch Knot  ~  End Loop Knot
Nail-less Nail Knot  ~  Nail Loop Knot  ~  Offshore Swivel Knot
Palomar Knot  ~  Rapala knot  ~  Spool or Arbor knot  ~  Uni knot

The weakest link for many fisherman is the knot. Poor knots account for the majority of lost fish and lures. Many fisherman only use two, the Palomar and the Clinch knot. With todays extended variety of fishing lines, tackle, and ways to rig bait, having more options is a good thing. So at JustSportfishing.com we thought we would reintroduce what we feel are the eleven most needed to know knots for todays fisherman.
When tying knots, always lubricate them with saliva before snugging them tightly and finish off by pulling the tag end firmly. Then trim the excess fishing line leaving an 1/8" to 1/4" depending on how heavy your line is.

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