By Marshall Nicholson | Jun 25, 2021 | Uncategorized
Boating and fishing go together like hook and line. There are a plethora of fishing knots out there that one can learn. But, why break the bond with a complicated knot? For those looking for a quick and efficient knot technique, read on!
In this video, Digital Content Specialist with The Boat House, Marshall Nicholson, explains his preferred method of tying a fishing line to a hook.
*Disclaimer: This video was filmed with fishing braid so that it is easier for the viewer to see. We recommend using fishing line.*
- Begin by putting the line through the eyeball of the hook. Feed it through the eyeball about 3 inches.
- Clasp the line with your fingers and create an “oval” shape. The hook will dangle from the line. It will resemble a necklace.
- While holding the line, twist the hook around 5 or 6 times, bringing the two pieces of line together.
- Feed the end of the line through the “line eyeball” that you have now created. This will be located by the hook eyeball.
- One more time, feed the hook through the loop that you have made with your line.
- Complete the knot tying process by pulling the line and bringing it together with the hook.
If you have any questions about How to Tie a Fishing Knot or any other boating related questions, please feel free to visit our website www.boathouseh2o.com or reach out to one of our team members!
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