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  • Tying the Double Pitzen and Double Improved Clinch Knots

    Tying the Double Pitzen and Double Improved Clinch Knots

    Seaguar pro-staffer Shaw Grigsby, Host of One More Cast shows how to tie two of his favorite knots when using fluorocarbon fishing line.

  • Fishing Knot How-To | Two -Turn Clinch Knot for less snags while fishing #P-Line

    Fishing Knot How-To | Two -Turn Clinch Knot for less snags while fishing #P-Line

    Snag less by tying this knot. Tired of picking grass & moss off the head of your bait or catching up on branches in brush piles? Here's why I often use the Two-Turn Clinch Knot on my P-Line fluorocarbon & mono. Especially good for lures fished through aquatuic weeds like milfoil, hydrilla, cabbage, eel grass, and lily pads for bass fishing baits like lipless crankbaits, buzzbaits, swim jigs and flipping jigs. Video by pro fisherman Tom Redington.

  • Knot How-To:  Improved Clinch Knot  - Berkley

    Knot How-To: Improved Clinch Knot - Berkley

    The Improved Clinch knot is one of the most widely used fishing knots. It provides a good method of securing a fishing line to a hook, lure, or swivel. The "improved" version shown here includes an extra tuck under the final turn. It is commonly used to fasten the leader to the fly. Because it is harder to tie in heavier lines it is not recommended if you are using over 30 lb test line.

  • Knot How-To: Improved Clinch Knot

    Knot How-To: Improved Clinch Knot

    The Improved Clinch knot is one of the most widely used fishing knots. It provides a good method of securing a fishing line to a hook, lure, or swivel. The "improved" version shown here includes an extra tuck under the final turn. It is commonly used to fasten the leader to the fly. Because it is harder to tie in heavier lines it is not recommended if you are using over 30 lb test line.