loop knot


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any of various knots used to make a fixed loop in a rope

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I pretty much stick with braid and a 20-pound fluorocarbon leader, tied directly, and a simple loop knot to the lure.
He convinced me to throw a topwater lure and with the wind howling and my hands struggling to tie a loop knot, I did just that.
The shock leader is attached to the braided fishing line using back to back uni-knots, while the shock leader is attached to the lure using a loop knot.
For tippets of 15-pound test or more use a loop knot to attach the fly.
Tie on a circle hook, 3/0 to 5/0, using a fairly large loop knot to allow the baited hook to flutter freely in the current.
The Mustad hooks have a large eyelet that enables the fly to swing freely when attached with a Kreh loop knot or split ring.
If I am using artificial lures, like a 1/4 ounce red or chartreuse jig with an artificial shrimp or baitfish tail added to the hook, i tie that jig head to my leader with a loop knot that allows that bait to pivot up and down, giving it plenty of action.
Wagner started with 18 inches of 30-pound leader, to which he tied the lure to the end via a loop knot so the lure would have a lot of swagger and flash when retrieved.
The bowline is traditionally preferred to the many other possible loop knots because it is secure, it won't come untied, it is easy to tie under difficult conditions, and it is easy to untie--a requirement of good knots.
Next, tie two or three dropper loop knots with Kahle or circle hooks on them and a finish with a swivel at the top, to attach to your mainline.
Basically, a sinker on the bottom of your 15-to 30-pound leader, two or three dropper loop knots with Kahle or circle hooks on them and a swivel at the top, to attach to your mainline.