The Fishing Knots that we choose is the one factor that we have 100% control over, so it’s our duty to make sure that we are using the best knot possible.
The right knot is important. You want the strongest knot possible so that you don’t lose a fish.A simple overhand knot weakens line by about 50 percent.
If you want to see the full Ranking of these knots in terms of their strength and performance, then click on the link below:
The Willis knot when attaching lead core line to mono is recommended and highly effective:
The right knot is important. You want the strongest knot possible so that you don’t lose the fish.A simple overhand knot weakens line by about 50 percent.
Regarded by most, and myself, as one of the strongest knots. The Palomar (seen above) serves a similar function to the improved clinch knot, securing a hook or swivel to one end of your fishing line, or fastening a fly to a leader. I have been using this knot for years, and never had a problem…..It is the best!
Another great knot I use with bait and a slip float https://www.netknots.com/fishing_knots/bobber-stopper-knot