Loop knots are meant to have open loops where you can tie a line to the end of a rig or to make an interconnecting system for attaching tackle parts. Additionally, these knots are used so the line or leader won’t impair the action of the lure, for example with “walk-the-dog” artificial lures that “swim” back and forth.
These loop knots will use more line than most. It can feel bulky, but is great for making quick, strong loops at the end of lines and leaders for connecting to other loops.
Figure-eight loop knots are easy to tie and are often used on multi-hook fishing lines. Use this knot to make a loop in the middle of your line to attach a hook or another rig.
Use this knot to make a loop in the middle of your line to attach a hook or another rig. These loop knots are often used on multi-hook fishing lines.
Now that you’ve learned how to tie fishing knots such as loop knots and line joining knots, you’re ready to build a fishing rig at the end of your line.
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