Fishing QuestionsCategory: QuestionsHow to tie a knot in braided fishing line?
Lalial J asked 3 weeks ago

6 Answers
David answered 1 week ago
There are a few ways to do this, but the method I use is to make a loop in one end of the line, and then tie an overhand knot around the loop. Here’s a video tutorial that demonstrates how to do this:

Carlos answered 1 week ago
It can be a little tricky the first time, but with some practice, you’ll get the hang of it.

First, find the middle of your fishing line and form a loop. Then, take the left side of the line and put it over the top of the right side. Now bring the left side underneath the right side and pull it up through the loop you created in step one (see diagram). Finally, tighten up your knot by pulling on both ends of the line.

Bernard answered 1 week ago
One way is to take one end of the line in each hand and cross the ends over each other. Then, twist one of the lines around the other (the right-hand line around the left), until you have a few inches of line wrapped around the other.

Hold on to this twisted part with your left hand, and use your right hand to go back under both lines and make a loop. Now poke that loop through the hole you just created by twisting – it should look like a bow tie. Pull both ends of the line tight, and trim off any excess. Voila! You’ve tied your knot.

Wilson answered 1 week ago
Braided fishing line is a strong, versatile type of fishing line that can be used for a variety of different fishing techniques. While it is possible to tie knots in a braided fishing line using a variety of different methods, the most effective way to do so is by using the Palomar knot.

The Palomar knot is a simple yet strong knot that can be used to securely tie a braided fishing line to a variety of different types of hooks and lures. To tie the Palomar knot, start by threading the braided fishing line through the eye of the hook or lure. Next, make an overhand loop with the braided fishing line and pull both ends of the line through the loop. Finally, cinch the knot tight by pulling on both ends of the line. Trim off any excess line and you’re ready to go fishing!

If you’re new to fishing, or if you’re just looking for a little bit of help tying knots in your fishing line, be sure to check out this helpful video tutorial:

Tying a fishing knot doesn’t have to be complicated. With a little practice, you’ll be able to tie knots like a pro in no time! Do you have any tips or tricks for tying fishing knots? Share them with us in the comments below. Happy fishing!

Martin Staff answered 1 week ago
If you’re an avid fisherman, chances are you know how to tie a variety of knots. But when it comes to braided fishing lines, the process is a little different. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to tie a knot in braided fishing line:

1. Cut your braided fishing line to the desired length, leaving about 6 inches of excess.

2. Fold the line in half and form a loop around your index finger.

3. Thread the end of the line through the loop, then pull tight. This will form a basic knot known as an overhand knot.

4. Now take the end of the line and thread it through the loop again, this time going around the entire knot.

5. Pull tight. You’ve now tied a double overhand knot, which is perfect for use with braided fishing line.

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 1 week ago
There are many different types of knots that can be used when tying braided fishing lines, but the two most commonly used are the uni knot and the Trilene knot. The uni knot is often considered to be the strongest option, while the Trilene knot is slightly easier to tie.

To tie a uni knot, start by threading the end of the fishing line through the eye of the hook. Then, wrap the line around itself 5-6 times and pass it through the loop that’s been created. Next, moisten the lines with saliva or water and pull tight. Finally, trim any excess line and you’re all set!

To tie a Trilene knot, start by threading the end of the fishing line through the eye of the hook. Then, make a small loop and pass the line through it (this will create a double line). Moisten the lines with saliva or water and pull tight. Trim any excess line and you’re all set!

Both knots are effective and relatively easy to tie, so it’s really up to your personal preference which one you choose.