If you enjoy the outdoors and love the ocean and fishing like we do, then you know that there is much more to fishing then just catching fish. And, because it is our desire to help you experience the truly important things about fishing; as well as help you catch “that one fish" more than just once in a lifetime. We have been busy working hard behind the scenes. We have new shapes and colors being released. These colors and shapes are currently in different phases of development and testing. We have created a new section on our website to feature these new releases. You can find this section in our Main Menu under “New Bait Shapes”. And, we invite you to take a few minutes to check-out this section. It’s our hope that you will come to more than just love our baits, like we do. For us the exciting thing about all of this is that we are just getting started with much, much, much more coming - our best baits and colors has not been released yet. (NOTE: This website is a work in progress - We are still editing and improving this website.)

Fishing Knots for Tying Fishing Hooks - How to Tie A Few Super Strong Useful Knots

Attaching Your Hook to a Leader Line

Thank you for taking the steps to learn more about how to fish. To start off, the weakest point in the line is generally where you make your connections. When it comes to tying your hook it is always good to know how to tie at least 3 different knots. You should know these knots so well that you can tie it with your eyes closed. That means practice, practice, and more practice. Perfect practice equals perfect performance. You practice so much that when, in the middle of the night your battery on your flashlight or your cellular phone dies, you won’t have to end your night fishing - you can do it without light or sight. And, In some places getting a cell phone signal or internet connection is very difficult so looking up how to tie a knot on Google would be impractical or maybe even impossible. Also, in some places the window of opportunity to catch fish is super small - you could miss that window if you are fumbling around trying remember how to tie a hook. 

The following knots are super strong and reliable when tied correctly.  Most of these knots are considered 90% to 100% knots.  What this means is that the knot is just as strong as or stronger than the line that you are using to tie the knot. There are so many YouTube videos on how to tie a fishing hook that there is really no real need to make another video. Below are demonstrations of how to tie a few of these knots. We hope that this information helps in some way:


Non-Slip Loop Knot

Knotless Knot
Palomar Knot
Uni Knot
Improved Clinch Knot
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