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Fishing Knots


We have 12 types of fishing knots listed below. Each image shows the fishing knot and the steps used to tie the knot.

The knots shown in the images below are the Albright Knot, Arbor Knot, Braided Knot, Kingsling Knot, Nail Knot, Palomar Knot, Snail Knot, Specialistfly Knot, Surgeons Knot, Trilene Knot, Uni Knot, and the Wedge Knot.

Albright Fishing Knot
Arbor Fishing Knot
Braided Fishing Knot
Kingsling Fishing Knot
Nail Fishing Knot
Palomar Fishing Knot
Snell Fishing Knot
Specialistfly Fishing Knot
Surgeons Fishing Knot
Trilene Fishing Knot
Uni Fishing Knot
Wedge Fishing Knot

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Method of fishing where the angler is only attempting to catch those aggressive fish that will quickly strike the bait. Then the angler 'runs' or motors to the next spot and quickly fishes it, repeating the process numerous times.

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