How To Tie A Non-Slip Loop Knot (Quick, Easy, & Strong Fishing Knot)

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in this video you're gonna see exactly

how to tie the loop not that I believe

every angler who uses artificial lures

needs to know and at the end I'll

explain to you exactly why this knot has

proven to be better than the other loop

knots so first of all let's go ahead and

just tie it this is called the non-slip

loop knot the first step is really just

to not even focus on the lure but just

put a simple overhand loop in the line

and over in loop is just you know it's

basically just creating the most basic

of all loops on the line and to make it

as easy as possible I recommend having

about maybe four inches or so of tagging

going off here to the left so now at

this point we can go ahead and grab our

lure and thread the the line through the

eye and I just like to let blue or just

rest right up there against the knot as

far as the size you know this is how you

determine the size of your loop I like

to have it about you know at this point

a little bit a little bit smaller than

the size of like an M&M so so now we

need to thread the line through this

this loop and the proper way to do it is

if we look closely you can see that the

face you know the face on the left side

is aimed downward and then in the right

side the the face is pointing upwards

so we want to go through the downward

side so on the bottom when we're going

up we want to go through this left side

which is which has the face of that of

that loop facing down so we go straight

through it can pull it back up towards

the the eye the hook size it properly

and now we're going to just just hold it

into place with our with our left hand

so now we have our tag in heading out to

the right and our main line heading out

to the right as well so at this point we

we just get the tag in and wrap it

around the main line three to four times

I do three times for line two over 40

pounds and I'll do four wraps for four

lines under under 40 pounds so now we

have those wraps and as you can see that

are all going in the same direction

they're not overlapping one another

again very

not to overlap and so now we have this

tag in and we need to go back through

this loop and we're going to go from the

the right to the left this time we're

going we want to go through the upward

facing side on the one you're going back

down so you go right through that loop

just like slow and then start to pull

the the lines all tight together just do

finger tight right now now we're going

to go ahead and and wet the line so now

that the line is wet we're going to go

ahead and just cinch it down a little

bit more pulling on all strands and now

we're gonna let go of the tag end and

just hold on tight with the with the

main line and just pull as as far as you

can to cinch it all down you can see

that it's now it's now cinch down that

knot is complete final step is simply to

cut off the tag so what I really like

about this knot other than the fact that

it's very strong is that the tag in is

facing back towards the lure you can see

that tag end pointing it literally

straight backwards and the benefit of

that is that if you're fishing in an

area with like sea grass or other type

of floating degree on the water you know

the line is eventually gonna get it grab

it and it's going to go down the line

and if you're tagged in it is pointed if

it's pointed straight up or worse if

it's going it's going forward like back

towards the other main line that that

debris is gonna snag on that the tag end

of the knot and this one is a streamline

not tag is totally back toward the lure

it's not gonna snag onto weeds and

you're gonna be able to to have more

time fishing in less time getting

getting stuff off of your lure so if you

have not yet tried this knot out I

highly recommend it give it a shot right

now and I actually have a free pdf

download that you can you can print out

and just have with you whenever you need

it in case you you forget one of the

steps you can see clear directions on a

printable document I'll put a link down

below for that and if you want to see

exactly how this knot compares to other

similar knots like this we do have a

ranking of knots based on strength for

each line connection and each line type

so how do I recommend checking out it's

on our website you'll see a link for 4

knots that's it for now leave a question

down below

you have any otherwise I hope can get

down the water soon and catch the big



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