This section provides information about fishing knots.
Some important fishing knots and their use are listed below.
Improved Clinch Knot - This knot is used to tie your line or leader to a hook, lure, or swivel. It works best with monofilament up to 20 pound test.
Palomar Knot - This knot is also used to tie your line to a hook, lure, or swivel. It is considered an extra strong knot, and is recommended for use with braided line.
Albright Knot - This knot is used to join braided line to mono of larger diameter.
Uni Knot - This knot is a versatile knot that can be adapted to many purposes including snelling, connecting hooks, swivels and lures with a loop, and joining two lines.
Blood Knot - Used to tie or join line or leader together. Thus knot works best when the lines are equal or nearly equal diameter.
Surgeons Loop - This knot is used to make a loop at the end of a line or leader for attaching sinkers or other terminal gear.
Surgeons Knot - This knot is used to join two line of moderately unequal size.
Dropper Loop - The dropper loop creates a loop in a leader that can be used to attach a hook or fly. It is used to build High-Low rigs and provide loops for attaching Teasers.
Snell Knot - This knot is used to attach a leader to a hook that will be used to hold bait.
You can find out how to tie many of these knots at netknots.com