The Albright Knot is most commonly used for joining monofilament lines of unequal diameters for creating shock leaders and when a Bimini Twist is tied on the of the lighter casting line. It is also used for connecting monofilament to wire and fly line to backing.
The Bimini Twist is used to make a double line leader with shock resistance. This knot is very effective for tarpon fishing and other hard fighting fish caught on light tackle or fly gear.
The knot used most often to join two pieces of monofilament of about the same size together. For joining two pieces of monofilament that vary in size.
The Crawford knot often is overlooked by even the most skilled anglers because its a pain to tie! It is a very versatile knot for tying most types of hook, swivel, or lure "eyes" to a leader or line.
This knot is used to create a loop in a leader to connect a dropper fly or hooks for a bottom fishing bait rig.
Homer Rhode Loop Knot
For trolling or jigging this knot allows the lure or fly to work freely at the end of the line.
This is a very common and strong knot for connecting lure, fly or terminal tackle to line. This knot works really well with braided line.
A common knot for a freestanding loop in a fly fishing leader butt, used to connect leader to tippet by a loop-to-loop connection.
A very strong knot to used when fishing with bait. This knot must be tied with a leader.
A popular and very strong knot used to make a free standing loop in the end of line. This knot is just as strong as the bimini twist without the stretch.
A common knot used to connect two pieces of monofilament together.
A good knot for connecting lures and terminal tackle, this knot resists slipping.
A good knot to connect line to terminal tackle or lure. This knot is very versatile and can be adjusted to meet many needs, it is also stronger and just as easy to tie as the more common clinch knot.
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