Fishing knots for hooks and collars, ways of connection

28 tight knots for hooks and leashes

This article describes the strongest fishing knots for hooks and leashes, which can be used in different situations. In his comments you can leave comments in respect of various units, and leave their recommendations on the technique of knitting various woods.

The contents

  • 1 Knots to connect the lines
    • 1.1 Water unit
    • 1.2 Improved clinch (Improved clinch knot)
    • 1.3 Knots for fluorocarbon
    • 1.4 Double Junction Loop (loop in loop)
    • 1.5 blood knot
    • 1.6 Node dual sliding “Grinder” (Double grinner knot)
    • 1.7 Node “Albright” (Albright knot)
  • 2 Nodes for a shock leader
    • 2.1 “Carrot” (Mahin knot)
    • 2.2 Node “Albright Special”
    • 2.3 blood knot (Blood knot)
  • 3 Knots for tying hooks
    • 3.1 Node “Palomar”
    • 3.2 “Krovatki” node
    • 3.3 “Bayonet” node
    • 3.4 “Fishing eight” and “Canadian eight”
    • 3.5 “Gripping” knot (Clinch)
    • 3.6 Node “Step”
    • 3.7 Node “Twisted Dropper Loop”
    • 3.8 Node “Centauri Knot”
    • 3.9 “Hangman’s Knot”
    • 3.10 “Scaffold Knot”
    • 3.11 “Snelling A Hook”
    • 3.12 “Turtle” node
  • 4 Knots for lures baits
    • 4.1 Other types of knots for lures baits
    • 4.2 Double “stevedoring”
    • 4.3 “Eight”
    • 4.4 Node “Uni-Knot”

Knots for connecting lines

To connect two fishing lines, you can use one of the following methods:

Water unit

Easy to fit, quite reliable and famous since ancient times. It is used to tie two lines and attach the leashes. Known from 1425, which indicates its suitability.

An improved clinch (Improved clinch knot)

It is used for fixing the hook (with the ring) and the leash, turn, swivel and line. Usually, through this host connect monolescu, with a diameter of 0,4 mm. for Continuity reaches 95 %, but the strength decreases if the node is woven on a thick wire.

Knots for fluorocarbon
Double Junction Loop (loop in loop)

This is a classic way of attaching a leash to the main line. Recently used, first of all, the leashes of the fluorocarbon.

Blood knot

Able to connect 2 scaffold, which has a different diameter. Differences in diameter can reach a value of 40 %, while the compound retains its strength for up to 90 %.

Double sliding knot “Grinder” (Double grinner knot)

Intended for tying braided lines and monofilament line that have a difference in the caliber of 1/5.

Node “Albright” (Albright knot)

In addition, suitable for reliable connection lines having different diameters. A node of a more complex technique of knitting, but is very concise and easy to pass by both using guide rings.

Nodes for shock leader

The leader — is a segment of fishing line, a large diameter, the length of which is about 8-11 meters. This segment has high strength in connection with large diameter, so for fixing it there are special nodes.

This point of connection is better to capture a drop of superglue. This will not only enhance connection, but can facilitate the process of passage through throughput rings of a fishing rod. In the process of fishing should monitor the location of a node: it needs to be constantly on the bottom, so when casting for it is not clung to the scaffold.

“Carrot” (Mahin knot)

Has small compact size, and it can be used to associate multiple monolisa and the leader of the same line.

Node “Albright Special”

Refers to a series of simple nodes, but securely connecting the main line with a shock leader. It can be seen in the video somewhat higher.

Blood knot (Blood knot)

Used in binding lines, differing in thickness of not more than two times. The connection is 90% of the fortress line.

Knots for tying hooks
Node “Palomar”

Know virtually all fishermen. Its purpose is to mount vertluzhnoj to the main fishing line and the connection of the twisters with hooks, which have lugs. Unfortunately, his knitting requires that the scaffold was folded in half, and this increases the overall dimensions of the node.

“Krovatki” node

Very often used for tying hooks with eyelets, as the knot strength up to 93% from kreposti line. It can be used on any Lisky (the braids or manolescu), where it shows excellent results in strength, and to knit its quite simple.

“Bayonet” node

Good fit on monofilament fishing line, but apply it to the braided line is not recommended.

“Fishing eight” and “Canadian eight”

Have good reliability when attaching the hook to the eye. If desired, such knots can be easily untied.

“Gripping” knot (Clinch)

Perfect for connecting braided line and hook, made of thin wire. While this node is not recommended to use a thick wire, including for mounting the crown ring.

Node “Step”

Is designed to tie the hooks with a spatula, not the ear. Hooks up with a spatula, have increased the fortress, as they are created using the methods of forging. The reliability of such a node is quite high, and corresponds to the resistance of the line itself (i.e. 100 %).

Node “Twisted Dropper Loop”

It can be used to tie the hook to the main fishing line at any point, but before that you need to form a fishing line loop. They are often used for sea fishing, when you need very often to change one hook to another, or bait of the same species to lure the other.

Node “Centauri Knot”

Does not affect the strength of the fishing line, therefore, does not reduce the reliability of the connection.

“Hangman’s Knot”

Is one of the most reliable knots for strength.

“Scaffold Knot”

Refers to marine sites where you have to tie hooks to fishing line tight enough.

“Snelling A Hook”

Rather complicated site, but it is reliable and durable and is designed purely for crochet hooks to the line.

“Turtle” node

Just fit in, but has good strength, if knitting hooks with eyelet. Perfectly suited for a snap drop-shot.

Knots for lures baits

The knot to the hook where the fishing line is not tied off around the forearm, great for attaching lures baits. These include:

  • node “Palomar”;
  • “Stepped node”;
  • method of capes;
  • “Krovatki” node;
  • double “clinch” and “clinch” the gripper;
  • node “Twisted Dropper Loop”;
  • node “Scaffold Knot”;
  • “Shark” site.

All of these nodes are described in detail earlier in this article.

Other types of knots for lures baits
Double “stevedoring”

The site has a reliability of about 100 % and firmly hold any bait on the main line.

“Eight”

The simplest knot, which formed a loop to which you can quickly and easily attach to any bait. This method of connection allows for a short time to change the bait.

Node “Uni-Knot”

Quite durable and reliable and it is not difficult to relate.

Many components presented in this article is quite versatile. This suggests that they can be applied in different situations and on different gear. In addition, many of them very simple tally and to master the knitting of such sites, quite a few workouts.

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