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Palomar Knot

Popular and easy to tie, use this knot to secure hooks, swivels, snaps and lures to the end of your line. This knot works especially well with braided lines and, for this purpose, is favored over the clinch, imporved clinch and Captain Tom's  knot for such applications.

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Step 1

Form loop and pass it through the eyelet of hook.

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Step 2

Tie an overhand knot around the eyelet.

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Step 3

Pass the loop over the shank of the hook and tighten.

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Step 4

Completed Palomar Knot.

 
 
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