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The Ultimate Guide To Fishing Knots Hooks Bait And Lures

The Ultimate Guide to Fishing KNOTS,HOOKS , BAIT, and LURES Fly line Rod Guides & Swivel Fly leader Tippet Reel Type of Fishing Line it Can Be Used On Fish the Knot is Recommended For Reel & Backing _KNOTS seat Tip: Adding moisture to the knot with water or saliva before tightening it will ensure that the knot is properly tightened and reduces friction that weakens the line. Fly Handle Line-to-Hook/Lure Knots pass though "loops Pull to tighten SNELL KNOT IMPROVED CLINCH KNOT PALOMAR KNOT braided, monofilament, heavy monofilament, flurorocarbon bass, carp, saltwater fish, catfish light monofilament, fluorocarbon, braided Hly fishing, carp, catfish, tuna, musky, surf, bass, magnet fishing Lighter fluorocarbon, monofilament stronger fish Used to attach a tippet or leader directly to a baited hook. While it's meant for eyeless hooks, it can be used on a wide range of other types of hooks. It's regarded as the strongest hook-to-line connection. Used to secure hooks and swivels to the Used to secure lures, hooks, and swivels to the fishing line. This strong knot can withstand battles with large fish. fishing line, this knot is one of the strongest. Pull both Pull Trim the excess Trim the excess Trim the excess TURLE KNOT UNI KNOT TRILENE KNOT light and heavy monofilament fly-fishing, steelhead, salmon heavy monofilament, braided, heavy braided, fluorocarbon sea fishing, tuna, fly-fishing monofilament, fluorocarbon fly-fishing Used to connect a fly or hook to a leader, its specialty is that the line will emerge perpendicular to the hook shaft. Used to connect the line to the hook but also connects the line to the arbor of a reel Used to tie line to hooks, snaps, lures, and swivels. It can retain 85-90% of the line's original strength. or swivel. Pull tight RAPALA KNOT SAN DIEGO JAM KNOT ARBOR KNOT fluorocardon, monofilament, braided fluorocarbon, monofilament spinning reel, fly-fishing, bait casting reel fluorocarbon fly-fishing bigger fish Used for tying directly to the lure, which allows it to move more naturally. It retains most of the line strength. Used to attach line to a swivel, hook, artificial fly, or clip. It's popular with anglers all over the world and is known to be an excellent knot. Used to secure the line to the spool of the fishing reel, it helps to anchor backing to the reel arbor for bigger fish. Line-to-Line Knots Pull to tighten Pull to tighte BLOOD KNOT YUCATAN KNOT SURGEON'S KNOT braided, monofilament, fluorocarbon, lead core fly-fishing monofilament, braided monofilament Used to connect a doubled main line to a Used to join together two pieces of fishing line of varying thickness. Used to join together two parts of fishing line with similar thickness. The IGFA considers this to be one of the top line-to-line knots. heavy leader. It is said to be the strongest knot for monofilament leader to braided line. Pass through tube 10 times ALL -- Remove tube Cut the excess DOUBLE UNI KNOT NAIL KNOT ALBRIGHT KNOT monofilament, braided, fluorocarbon fly-fishing fluorocarbon, monofilament, braided monofilament, braided, wire trolling, fluorocarbon A fly-fishing fly-fishing, tarpon, carp, sea fishing Used to join lines of varying or similar strengths. Used to connect the fly line to the leader; good for connecting two lines of different diameters. Used to join two fishing lines of different materials and diameters together. Loop Knots of Repeat 5 times DROPPER LOOP SURGEON'S LOOP PERFECTION LOOP monofilament, braided, fluorocarbon A small catch, deep-sea fishing, bass light and heavy monofilament, fluorocarbon, bungee cord monofilament, braided fly-fishing fly-fishing Used to create a quick end loop in leaders and lines to connect them to other loops. Not only is it easy, but it's strong enough to retain a majority of the line strength. Used for building leaders that can be clipped into a swivel, this is one of the easier knots for fly-fishing. Used to form a secure structure for making multiple hook bait rings; can also be used to attach a rubber worm above the jig. Loop 20 times Wrap 5 times 0000 SPIDER HITCH RAPALA KNOT BIMINI TWIST fishing, shark/ tarpon rigs fly-fishing monofilament, braided monofilament fluorocarbon Used to form a double line or a loop in the line for light tackle fishing, it is easy to tie and retains most of the line's strength. Used to tie directly to the lure, which allows it to move naturally. Used to make a double line leader and for loop to loop connections, this knot retains almost the entire strength of the line. throat point НOOS bend gap/gape barb eye shank BAIT HOLDER WORM HOOK JIG HOOK CIRCLE HOOK WEEDLESS НОOK НОOK Used for plastic worms; the bend near the eye The right angle of the eye helps to increase the lure's movement in water. The barb can be easily filed down to use for catch-and-release. Considered to be "fish-friendly"; the point bends toward the shank, which keeps it from deep-hooking a fish. Great for lakes and Keeps bait on the hook using barbs along the shank; not a good choice for catch-and-release. ponds, as the thin guard keeps your hook from pulling out heavy vegetation when you retrieve it. holds the head of the worm in place, letting the body hang loose. TREBLE HOOK |КАHLE HOOК ОСТОPUS НООK The short, rounded shank of the hook allows small Great for topwater lures; the triple points increase the chance of hooking a fish. They also increase the chance of hooking yourself. SIWASH НОOK Used for spinnerbait or poppers, they are easy to remove. The long shanks and point let them hang naturally from the lure. They are popular for topwater lures, as they are easier and safer to remove. ABERDEEN НООK The long, light shank can securely hook live bait without injuring it, allowing it to stay alive longer. The heavy build and wide gape make these great for bigger baits and stronger fish. With the point facing the eye, these hooks are easier to bait to be presented naturally, while the gape is still large enough for bigger fish. set. BAIT Types of Bait Within Category A ypes of Fish it Can Attract Freshwater creek chub grub red worm meal worm hogsucker nightcrawler cricket grasshopper MINNOWS Small: fatheads, creek chubs Large: shad, shiners, suckers Small minnows: walleye, largemouth bass, larger panfish, trout, crappie, perch Large minnows: largemouth bass, catfish, walleye, pike, muskellunge WORMS LEECHES INSECTS walleye, panfish, | large and jumbo sizes grubs, meal worms, crickets, grasshoppers panfish, trout common red worms, nightcrawlers panfish, small bass, trout crappie, perch, most species The most common live bait; almost all freshwater fish will take a worm. Popular for fishing at deeper depths, they are versatile enough to be used with basic and advanced rigs. The least commonly used type of live bait; easy to find in pet stores and outdoors. One of the most challenging types of live bait to use, minnows are great for catching larger fish. Saltwater Tip: never handle bait with sunscreen on your hands as the chemicals will repel fish from your bait ballyhoo lobster clam octopus mussel clonch shrimp eel crab whelk mullet squid BAIT FISH CRUSTACEANS CEPHALOPODS SHELLFISH mullet, sardines, ballyhoo, herring, eels, cut bait (mix of fish parts) crabs, shrimp, lobsters game fish like sheepshead and drum amberjack, sea bass, croackers, and blue fish clams, mussels, conch, whelks wide variety of saltwater larger game fish octopus, |squid fish The bait most commonly used as they can catch a wide variety of fish, cut bait can be added to artificial lures as well. A good choice when in search of fish that mainly feed on crustaceans. This bait can be Great for species of fish that are more fond of this type of bait. They can be cut up into chunks or left whole if small enough. A good option to use as a live, more natural form of bait. Remove the meat from heavier live, dead, whole or in pieces. shells, or crush smaller shells before fishing with this type of bait. Large shellfish can be cut into smaller chunks. LURES Types of Fish it Can Attract JIGS PLUGS SPINNERS bass and various other freshwater fish game fish, mainly bass These hard plastic lures are designed to resemble and mimic baitfish and other prey. They are made of plastic or wood and include multiple treble hooks. bass, perch, pike Featuring a weighted head on one end, a hook on the other, and a feather skirt or plastic grub, these lures were designed for a type of fishing called "jigging." They also sink easily, making them great for catching bottom feeders. These come in a variety of colors and shapes and have a skirted hook and metal blades that spin like a propeller. The spinning mimics bait fish, making these lures easier to fish with. SPOONS FLIES SOFT PLASTICS predator fish These curved metal lures wobble as they move through the water, which resembles injured prey to attract fish. trout, salmon, grayling bass Traditionally used in fly-fishing, these lures consist of a single hook and a skirt. They are tied with feathers or thread to resemble insects and other prey and generally float on top of the water. These rubbery, flexible lures are meant to imitate a variety of prey. They come in a variety of colors, and the color used should naturally fit in with the surroundings. Sources: ΗΜΥ Y A CH T S

The Ultimate Guide To Fishing Knots Hooks Bait And Lures

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If you’re interested in learning more about fishing but aren’t sure where to begin, then this is the fishing guide for you. This covers a variety of basic fishing topics, such as how to tie a fish...


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