Our Knot of the Week series continues this week with a fishing knot known as the Snell Knot.
Snelling a hook is a common practice in fishing to maintain an even, straight line pull on the fish.
It’s also know to increase catch rates due to the hook staying inline and not moving side to side, as with tying to the eye of the hook. [Read More…]
Our Knot of the Week series continues this week with a new twist.
For the next few weeks we’ll be showing a few fishing knots that we feel are important to learn for survival purposes.
It’s never a bad thing to know fishing knots, just in case you’re ever in the situation where you have to use them in order to gather food. [Read More…]