3 years ago
mcgraffy
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Line to Hook Knots: Rapala Knot
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Non-slip loop knot tied right to the lure, loose enough that the lure can move around. Lures can look more free and natural if they move on this type of loop. It should also retain most of the line strength. When combining with a leader, use the lightest tackle possible to let it continue moving naturally. How to: #1. Form an overhand knot in the line. #2. Pass the tag end through the eye and back through the overhand knot. #3. Wrap the end three times around the standing end. #4. Pass the end back through the overhand knot and then through the loop just formed. Lubricate and tighten the knot. Trim the end.
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great knot for making sure I dont mess up the motion on the lure
3 years ago·Reply
@dougjohnson definitely and it can be used for way more than just rapala
3 years ago·Reply