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Fishing knots tied in monofilamant and braided lines.

Practical Knots for Today’s Fisherman – Presented by Maxima Premium Fishing Line

Practical Knots for Todays Fisherman

Practical Fishing Knots Here are just about all the knots the fisherman will ever need. Maxima Practical Fishing Knots pdf. Improved Clinch Knot, Palomar Knot, Uni-Knot, Snelling a Hook, Blood Knot, Surgeon’s Knot, Nail Knot, Albright Knot, Surgeons End Loop, Spider Hitch, Dropper Loop, Bimini Twist. I suggest you carefully read the section More...

by Allan Burgess | Published 1 year ago
4. Snip off excess mono. Finally note the side from which the mono exits the eye of the hook. This is very important if the hook is to "set" automatically.
By Allan Burgess On Friday, March 13th, 2015
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Tying the Tube Knot

Tying the Tube Knot 1. Begin by cutting your monofilament fishing line to length. Then lay your tube along the hook shank. The tube knot is by far the best method of attaching deep-sea tuna circle hooks to heavy More...

The job of tying droppers is made easier if you clamp an upturned screwdriver in a bench top vice.
By Allan Burgess On Friday, March 13th, 2015
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Tying Home Made Fishing Rigs – Terminal Tackle

Tying Simple Fishing Rigs The job of tying droppers is made easier if you clamp an upturned screwdriver in a bench top vice. Tying droppers in monofilament fishing line to form a sprat, surfcasting, or boat fishing More...

Keep pre-tied groper rigs in zip-lock plastic bags.
By Allan Burgess On Thursday, March 12th, 2015
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High Performance Deepwater Groper Rig

The author with a Fiordland groper taken on the rig described in this article. High Performance Deepwater Groper Rig   by Allan Burgess Here is a ‘high performance’ groper rig for those who want More...