The illustration shows how easy it is to tie this knot. With a little experience, it will work out without any problems for you.
1) Make a simple overhand knot around the fishing line.
2) Take the tag end of the line and make a second overhand knot around the first one.
3) Hold on to both loops and pull tight. You’ve now tied your loop knot!
First, thread your line through the eye of the hook (or lure), and then double back so that there are about 6 inches of slack. Next, take hold of the standing line with one hand and make a small loop with the remaining line in your other hand. Then, pass the end of the line around both sections of the standing line, making sure to keep everything snug. Finally, wet the knot and pull tight – this will help to keep everything in place. Trim off any excess line and you’re all set!
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