Clinch Knot

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How to tie a fishing hook using Clinch Knot (Improved Clinch Knot). Popular knots presents a video of one of the most famous for fishermen method of tying a Fishing Hook by Improved Clinch Knot. You will have an ability to watch it forming Clinch knot by colored rope, and then I will show you how to do it on the actual fishing hook tying with fishing line. You will have also a slow motion part of the video where you can follow it and tying a knot together with me.
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The improved clinch knot is a knot that is used for securing a fishing line to the fishing lure, but can also affix fishing line to a swivel, clip, or artificial fly. This is a common knot used by anglers because of its simple tie and strong hold. When more pull is being applied, the harder the knot turns into itself, increasing the strength of the connection. It can be used with many kinds of line including mono-filament, fluorocarbon, and braided fishing line.

Instead of presenting here some kind of animation knot, pictures or videos inconvenient for reproducing the knot (as some websites do) we provide demonstration of tying knots using YouTube videos directly by hands. Videos are taking with such angle that viewer is experiencing a full presence in tying process and can actually repeat the creation of the knot by his/her own hands. In many cases we are forming the Knot using colored ropes for better understanding and memorizing of the way how fancy rope work was done. In videos (such as "Fishing Knots Under 30 seconds) we are also demonstrating tying knots in slow motion inviting viewer tying knot together with us.

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