Learn the right way of tying 3 handy fishing knots by watching this video. The first knot shown is the 'Clinch Knot'. One end of the fishing line is passed through the eye of the fishing hook. This end is pulled and wound around the main line about 6 to 8 times. Thereafter, the free end of the line is passed through the small loop formed at the beginning of the winding process. The winds are gently pushed to tighten the knot. The free end is then tucked in to complete the clinch knot. The next knot shown is the 'Dropper Loop'. A big loop is created at the center of the fishing line. The overlapping line is then pulled from beneath the main loop, to form a smaller loop. The smaller loop is then wrapped around one side of the main loop about 4 to 5 times. A small hole results at the middle, as a result of this wrapping. The other side of the main loop is then passed through the hole. The winds are pushed gently, on either sides, to tighten the knot. The fishing hook can be attached to the small loop formed at the center. This completes the dropper loop. The last knot shown is the "Perfection Loop'. A small loop is created near one end of the fishing line. The free end of the line is then passed over the loop and pulled from beneath the main line. The free end is then passed between the two loops formed. The loop on the top is passed through the loop below. The main line is pulled to tighten and complete the perfection loop. Your fishing activities can now seem more easy and fun to do, with the knowledge of these knots.
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