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Whether your new to fishing or an avid angler, you simply must know knots to fish.  Hopefully, you can find how to tie the most commonly used fishing knots here.  Obviously, we don't have every knot listed here given that many are redundant.  Also, when each video has played to completion, additional knots will be displayed for you to choose from.

If you know of a knot that you feel is essential, then please don't hesitate to post it in either the forum or send a message via the Contact Us page. 

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The Palomar Knot - This is a great knot for a beginner fisherman or the avid angler.  Its considered the easiest of knots to tie yet its integrity is supurb.  If you need a quick to tie and strong knot then this is the one.



The Clinch Knot - This is one of the first knots most fishermen learn to tie.  Its strong, reliable and most importantly easy to tie.  Tying the clinch knot is simple and is probably the most popular fishing knot used today. When tied properly the clinch knot, and the double clinch knot are very strong and don't slip. They are the perfect knots to choose for lures.


The Bimini Twist - A Bimini twist loop is stronger than the line itself. It is one of the rare knots that does not weaken the line in which it is tied. It is a simple method of doubling your fishing line in order to prevent chaffing or to create the necessary loop in order to attach a wind-on leader without using strength in the mainline. 


The No-Name Knot - or Bristol Knot is a very easy and strong knot to tie when you need to join a doubled line to a single line. When properly tied, this combination to a Bimini Twist make for a 100% strength knot combination that's as strong if not stronger than the main running line.


The Albright Knot - The Albright Knot is used to join monofilaments with different diameters. It is commonly used to join the fly line to the fly-reel backing line. It is well suited to slide readily through the guides when a fish pulls enough to reach your backing.


Big Game Loop Knot - When going after big game, this loop knot is essential and very easy to tie.


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