Ever Feel Like You’re Missing That Special Fishing Knot?
How many times have you been out on a bass fishing trip facing a specific situation where a certain knot is required but couldn’t remember how to tie it?
I’m sure it has happened to each of us at some point and what happens?
We end up either running around asking everyone else how to tie the knot or improvise using a knot that is less than an ideal solution.
Even if you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on a credit card size knot guide for your wallet, sometimes the little diagrams just don’t cut it!
Obviously the best way to avoid this situation is to re-learn how to tie the knot and keep practicing to commit it to memory.
Fortunately, today’s Internet provides numerous resources enabling us to access a variety of websites and other resources (videos, downloadable e-books, etc.) to help solve almost any problem. This is definitely the case for our fishing knot problem and I would like to introduce you to a few of the resources I found particularly useful …
I was amazed to not only find numerous websites providing diagrams and written instructions but also websites with downloadable PDF files (e-books) and even videos.
The best part … I found all my favorite bass fishing knots on a cool website including the Albright, Improved Clinch, Palomar, Blood and Rapala knots.
Plus they were all in animated video … How cool is that!!!!
Get Your Bass Fishing Knot Guidance Here!
Here is a video tour I created to guiding you through the website, different bass fishing knots (and why I use them) and how the site works …
As mentioned in the video, the link to the animated video site can be accessed directly by clicking below:
I also created an archive file (Zip format) with two fishing knot e-books and another knot typing program to help you in your knot tying quest.
You can download the file directly by clicking on the link below:
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