Used for line to hook or line to lure connections where a loop is required (usually in situations where angler wants bait or lure to have more movement)

Make an overhand knot several inches from the end of the line, then thread the line through the hook eye.

Run the line back through the overhand knot.                                                                                                               

Wrap the end of the line around the line in front of the overhand knot four (4) times.                                                   

Run the end of the lineback through the overhand knot and make final adjustments to the loop size.                           

Pull tight.                                                                                                                                                                           

Clip off extra line.

 Fishing Loop Knot Step 1  Fishing Loop Knot 2  Fishing Loop Knot 3
 Fishing Loop Knot 4  Fishing Loop Knot 5  Fishing loop Knot 6
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