To tie a clinch knot, you’ll need a piece of fishing line, some scissors, and a lure. First, cut the line about 18 inches long. Then hold the line between your thumb and first two fingers like you’re making a OK sign.
Take the lure in your other hand and thread the end of the line through the eye of the lure. Now wrap the line around both strands of tail wire several times until it’s nice and tight. Next, take the free end ofline and thread it through the loop you just created.
If you’re having trouble mastering this knot, there are plenty of instructional videos online that can show you how it’s done. With a little practice, you’ll be able to tie on your lures like a pro!
If you’re looking for a more visual representation of how to tie this knot, check out this video tutorial:
1. Thread the end of the fishing line through the eyelet of the lure.
2. Wrap the end of the line around the shank of the hook several times, making sure to keep wraps tight against one another.
3. Pass the end of the line back through the eye of the lure again.
4. Moisten all wraps with water, then slide them up towards the eyelet to snug everything down.5. Trim any excess line and you’re ready to fish!
With a little practice, you’ll be able to tie on your lures like a pro.
Here’s how to tie a basic knot:
1. Begin by threading the line through the eye of the lure.
2. Next, make a loop in the line by holding it between your thumb and forefinger and making a small loop.
3.Thread the end of the line through this loop (forming another loop).
4. Pull on both ends of the line until snug against the lure – this forms a slipknot aroundthe base of the lure’s eye.
With a little practice, you’ll be able to tie on your lures like a pro!
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