Attaching Lures

How To : Tie a paragun knot for fishing

The Paragun Knot is also know as the uni knot. It is a great multi purpose knot that can be used with all line types but you will need more wraps with braided lines. The paragun knot is commonly used for attaching lures, swivels and hooks to the line. Watch this video knot-tyi ...more

How To : Tie the perfection loop when fishing

The perfection loop is used for attaching lures or sinkers to a heavy monofilament leader. The Perfection Loop knot is designed to easily create a loop at the end of the fishing line. The perfection loop is also often used by fly fisher men use the perfection loop to connect t ...more

How To : Tia a rapala knot with fishing line for fishing

The Rapala Knot is the knot that the Rapala brothers recommend to use with Rapala lures. The Rapala Knot attaches the lure with a loop at the end of the line. The loop will allow the lure to move freely and naturally. The Rapala brother also emphasize that the line is attached ...more

How To : Tie the improved clinch knot for fishing

When fly-fishing, use this knot to tie on a fly. The improved clinch knot, as demonstrated step-by-step in this how-to video, is most commonly used to attach a fishing line to the lure but can also attach the monofilament to a swivel or artificial fly. Watch this video knot-ty ...more

How To : Tie a spinner bait on a fishing line

Spinner bait are good for attracting and catching bass when fishing. In order to have the lure and the bait working correctly when using this type of bait, you will have to attach the bait directly to the lure. This can be done using the improved fisherman knot. After threadin ...more

How To : Tie an improved half blood knot

The Improved Half Blood Knot is basically a half blood knot with a little improvement. To make the knot more secure the end tag is locked in the final step when tying the knot. The Improved Half Blood Knot is a popular knot for attaching hooks, swivels and lures to the the fis ...more

How To : Tie the penny knot for fishing

The Penny Knot is a very popular knot with fly-fishermen for attaching a fly to the leader. The Penny Knot works just as well for attaching a hook or lure. When mastered it is easy to tie and can be tied in the dark. The Penny Knot retains around 75 percent of the lines origin ...more

How To : Tie a turtle fishing knot

Check out this instructional fishing HowTo video to learn how to tie a turtle knot. The Improved Turtle Knot is an easy knot that is quickly tied. It works well for hooks with downturned eyes but can be used for other hooks as well. The improved turtle knot retains around 80% ...more

How To : Tie a Grinner Knot on a fishing line

Looking for a new knot to try on your fishing trip? Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to tie the Grinner Knot. The Grinner Knot is a very strong knot that works with all line types also braided lines. The breaking strength is close to 100 percent. It is fai ...more

How To : Tie a clinch knot

The Clinch Knot is used to secure your fishing line to your fishing lure. In this video, learn how to tie a secure clinch knot, step by step. You can't fish without a sturdy lure, so watch the video and practice until you master the knot on your own. Once you've got it, attach ...more

How To : Tie a tucked half blood knot on a fishing line

The Tucked Half Blood Knot is a normal half blood knot where the tag end is tucked in the final step. This will make the knot stronger and prevent it from slipping open. The tucked half blood Knot is used for the same applications as the ordinary half blood knot - to attach ho ...more

How To : Tie a locked half blood knot on a fishing line

The Half Blood Knot is similar to the clinch knot. It is same knot with two different names. This instructional video demonstrates a variation called the Locked Half Blood Knot. This variation adds a way to secure the tag end in the final steps of tying the knot. The half bloo ...more

How To : Tune up a crankbait for a straight path

How many times have you been on the water and you've cast off a crankbait? You pick up the crankbait rod and make a cast, start your retrieve and your bait runs off to the side. Tuning will keep it straight. Wade Bourne, host of Wade's World on MyOutdoorTV, shows you how to tu ...more

How To : Tie a Trilene knot

The Trilene knot is a multi-purpose knot that can be used in fishing to attach hooks, swivels and lures. This is a great knot because it resists slips and failures. In this tutorial, learn how to tie this great knot. So, get your hook and line ready and let's get fishing! Step ...more

How To : Use a jerkbait stinger hook for bass fishing

If you want to catch more bass this spring, then you need to fish soft plastic jerk baits. They drive bass wild. Wade Bourne, host of Wade's World on MyOutdoorTV, shows you how to use a jerkbait stinger hook. Soft plastic jerkbaits are great lures for catching bass in shallow ...more

News : Birds as the Ultimate DIY Architects

The widely used expression "free as a bird" intimates an enviable existence: delicate, yet mighty wings transporting to destinations no human could so breezily venture. But despite their fanciful, superhero ability, in truth, the avian race leads one of the most difficult exis ...more

How To : Tie the Easiest Loop Knot for Fishing

A loop knot can be used to attach most fishing lures and all hooks and flies. A loop allows greater action of the lure or fly and always ensures the line will pull straight down the shaft. With knots that cinch tight agains the eye of the hook, the may move off to one side cau ...more

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