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Knots & Rigging


Knots are one of the basic fundamentals that can set you up for success on the water. From tying your fly to your tippet to connecting two pieces of tippet, there's a few knots you need to know. We know some of them can be frustrating to tie, but in this case, practice makes perfect. Here are some tutorial videos to help guide you.

Clinch Knot

The Clinch Knot is a time-tested and popular knot amongst fly anglers due to its simplicity and overall strength. This knot will be used to attach flies to your leader.

Double Surgeon's Knot

The Double Surgeon's Knot is easy to tie and is used to join two lines of moderately unequal size (i.e. tippet to leader).

Perfection Loop

The perfection loop is an incredibly useful knot that allows you to quickly add a new leader to the loop at the end of a fly line.

Non-Slip Loop Knot

The Non-Slip Knot is a way to tie a fly onto your leader. This knot forms a non-slip loop between the physical knot and the eye of the fly giving a more natural action in your presentation.

Albright Knot

The Albright Knot is one of the most reliable knots for joining lines of greatly unequal diameters or different materials together. This knot is easy to tie and should be in every angler's knot arsenal.

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