One of the cool things about knots is that there are usually several different ways to tie each one. The final product is the same, but how the tier gets there can change quite a bit. Here's a great . . .
If you like fishing two- or even three-nymph rigs, you know that one of the problems is the dropper line can tangle around the main line. George Daniel has a very simple solution for adding a dropper line that comes off the main line at a 90-degree. . .
The blood knot is one of those fishing knots that many anglers struggle with, and over the years we've published videos to help. (Perhaps most popular has been the toothpick method.) Here, my fried Ross Purnell--editor of Fly Fisherman--demonstrates . . .
The Double Uni Knot is a great way to connect different materials–for instance, monofilament and fluorocarbon or braid. It’s not a difficult knot to tie, but I always enjoy seeing new ways to tie. . .
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There are many knots for fly fishers to use, for a variety of purposes. But if you want to get started in the sport, you really only need two kinds of knots: one to connect the tippet to the fly and one to . . .
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Tying the clinch knot at your kitchen table is ridiculously easy, and it’s one of the first knots that most anglers use. But what about when your hands are really cold or the light is too low for you to. . .
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