How to tie the Uni Knot

The Uni Knot is a strong and easily tied knot that can be used for braided fishing line or monofilament. The major advantage of the Uni Knot over the Palomar Knot is that you can tie it anywhere you want, not just at the very end of your line. The Uni Knot does not require a loop to be passed over the very end of line like the Palomar.

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How to tie the Improved Clinch Knot

The Improved Clinch Knot is a fundamental knot that every angler must know how to tie.  This knot is simple, effective, very strong, and best of all, it is quick!

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How to tie a Steelhead Yarn Ball or Puff Ball

The Steelhead Yarn Ball (Yarnie) or Puff Ball as it is also commonly called, is a great alternative to using Corkies or Birdy Drifters when you're steelhead fishing. This rig can also be used for salmon and trout. This demonstration shows you exactly how to tie the special knot used for this rig, as well as how to create the yarn ball itself.

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How to tie the Double Egg Loop Knot

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Swai Fish Information & Facts

Check out our Astoria Fishing Charters and Washington Halibut Charters People use the names Swai, Basa or Pangasius interchangeably. They believe all these names refer to the same type of fish. However, this is not the case. These names describe the two different species of fish farmed in South Asia. Pangasius Hypophthalmus - Tra, Iridescent Shark - is known to the aquarists for its shimmering skin. Pangasius Bocourti - Basa Fish - is known to the Asian connoisseurs.   While these fish are difficult to tell apart and frequently get mixed in the local supermarkets, there are some significant differences between…

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Jesus Fish – Symbol, meaning and products.

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="267"] Jesus Fish[/caption] Check out our Astoria Fishing Charters and Washington Halibut Charters The Jesus Fish symbol is commonly seen on vehicles. This Christian symbol is also known as Ichthys in Greek it's ????? which is an acronym for: ? - Jesus ? - Christ ? - of God ? - Son ? - Savior It's not known when the Jesus Fish symbol first entered use by Christians but it has been displayed as a symbol of Christianity since the early days of the church. It is widely known that several of Jesus' twelve apostles were fishermen and…

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How to say Fish in Spanish?

Check out our Astoria Fishing Charters and Washington Halibut Charters The spanish word for fish (the animal) is "El Pez". The spanish word for fish (that you eat, or that is served in a restaurant) is "El Pescado". Fisherman in spanish is "Pescador" and of course Total Fisherman in spanish is "Pescador Total".

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Sturgeon Information and Facts

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