Needle Knot

How to Tie a Needle Knot for Fishing

The Needle Knot is used to connect your fly line to your leader. This is commonly done when you don’t want to use a loop-to-loop connection. You’ll need a needle to thread your leader line (using a needle) into your fly line, so it’s best to do this prior to reaching your fly fishing spot.

king sling knot

How to Tie a King Sling Knot

The easy-to-tie king sling knot is a loop knot that is used to attach terminal tackle and bait to the end of a fishing line securely. This secure knot is also used to attach streamers to the line to attract fish and give bait natural movement. This loop knot can be tied with a heavy

Nanofil Knot

How to Tie a Nanofil Knot

The Nanofil fishing knot, aka the Berkley Nanofil Knot, is made from gel polyethylene, and it is known for its super thin profile, strength, lack of stretch, and zero memory. It is basically a Palomar knot that includes a double overhand knot rather than the single one, so it is also known as the double Palomar knot. 

Rapala Knot

How to Tie a Rapala Knot

If you want to make a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line, you need to tie a Rapala knot. This will give your fly or lure more action. The name is attributed to the company that popularized it for connecting lures to a mono fishing line, so it is also known as

knotless knot

How to Tie a Knotless Knot

Have you ever wondered why the Knotless Knot is so popular among fishing enthusiasts? Understanding how to tie this knot is crucial, especially if you’re into carp and catfish fishing. This article will guide you through the intricacies of the Knotless Knot, its benefits, and how to tie it correctly. The Knotless Knot, a type

fish n fool knot

How to Tie a Fish n Fool Knot

Have you ever wondered how strong your fishing knot is? Understanding fishing knots is essential for any angler since it can mean the difference between a successful catch and a dismal day on the water. This article covers everything there is to know about the Fish N Fool Knot. The Fish ‘N Fool Knot is

seaguar knot

How to Tie a Seaguar Knot

Have you ever thought of the best way to connect your fishing lines? The Seaguar Knot is one of the best knots to use when connecting monofilament and fluorocarbon lines. In this knot guide, we’ll delve into how to tie the Seaguar Knot, discuss its advantages, and answer all your questions. If you’re looking for

Orvis Knot

How to Tie an Orvis Knot

Are you ready to learn one of the most important fishing knots? The Orvis Knot is a crucial technique for any avid angler since it is one of the strongest and most reliable connections you can make between your fly and tippet. In this article, we’ll provide a thorough tutorial on the Orvis Knot, with

eye crosser knot

How to Tie an Eye Crosser Knot

Have you ever wondered how to tie the Eye Crosser Knot? Understanding this knot is crucial for any angler, as it’s known for its strength and versatility in various fishing scenarios. In this article, we’ll delve into the intricacies of the Eye Crosser Knot, providing a step-by-step guide on how to tie it and discussing

Bristol Knot

How to Tie a Bristol Knot

Have you ever wondered about the best way to secure your fishing leader to your braid mainline? Whether you’re just starting out or you’re an old hand at the reel, knowing how to tie a Bristol Knot is a game-changer. This guide is going to walk you through the steps of tying this super-strong knot,

yucatan knot

How to Tie a Yucatan Knot

Have you ever wondered why the Yucatan Knot is so revered among anglers? The ability to tie a strong, reliable knot is a fundamental skill in fishing, and the Yucatan Knot is a standout for its strength and performance. This article will guide you through the intricacies of the Yucatan Knot and why it’s preferred

J knot

How to Tie the J Knot

Are you seeking a reliable knot for your fishing adventures? Understanding how to tie the J-Knot is crucial for any angler, especially when tying a tippet to a leader in fly fishing. In this article, we will delve into the world of the J-Knot, a knot renowned for its strength and reliability. The J-Knot, often

Willis Knot

How to Tie the Willis Knot

Your search for securing a leader to lead core is over. The Willis knot is used by anglers to secure a leader to lead core fishing line, and the number of overhand knots you use to make it depends on the line you have.  For example, use two if you have a braided line leader


How to Tie the John Collins Knot (RP Knot)

The John Collins Knot is one of my favorites for connecting monofilament or fluorocarbon to spectra (braid). It’s also known as the Royal Polaris Knot (RP Knot). It might not be as strong as the FG Knot, but where it lacks in strength, it makes up for in speed and ease of tying. Most of

Homer Rhode Loop

How To Tie The Homer Rhode Loop Knot

Want to learn how to tie the Homer Rhode Loop Knot? The Homer Rhode Loop Knot, popular among striper surf fishermen in the North East of the US, is a simple yet effective knot that can enhance your fishing skills. This article will guide you through the steps of tying the Homer Rhode Loop Knot,

Centauri Knot

How to Tie the Centauri Knot

The Centauri Knot is an ideal fishing knot for anglers who want to secure a line for their bait and tackle. Credited to Australian fishing legend, Dick Lewers, this knot can be tied in any size monofilament that is used to secure terminal tackle and to secure a hook.  It works by attaching a fishing