How to knit fish hooks?
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The question of how to properly knit fishing hooks,worried about many new fishermen. I must say that everything happens on the nature, and you need to quickly respond to this or that situation. And even more so when it comes to fishing itself. And the theme of knitting hooks to the line is one of the most urgent. It should be noted that the fish hooks have the same shape, but differ in their ends. This is either a ring (ear), or a scapula.
With a ring, it's easier to make the binding, because it'salready strong and reliable construction. But with the shoulder blade more problems, so the fishermen have long developed special knots, which are characterized by high strength characteristics. In this article, we will consider several nodes that fall into the category of simple ones.
This is one of the simplest, but reliable nodes. And so, when the question arises, how to tie the hook to the line quickly, you can use this option.
- Folded twice the end of the line is placed near the hook.
- A free short end of the line is passed into the formed loop.
- Now it is necessary around the fore-end of the hook and two lines to make a few turns with the free end. Usually 7-8 turns is enough.
- Note that the wrapping should start from the side of the blade and lead to the bend of the hook.
- The threads are laid exactly, you can not allow the overlap or gap between them.
- The end of the line should be passed into the loop and tightened more tightly.
- Now you need to moisten the line, push the turns in the direction of the blade, that is, tighten the knot. And the last thing is a strong tightening of the knot.
Note that the tightening must be done with a force to fasten the line to the hook. A weak knot is a guarantee that the sweep can fail.
How to tie fish hooks to a "simple" knot
Its name was given to this node only because it is actually very simple.
- It is made on the line of the usual knot in the form of a loop, only 2 turns around itself.
- The loop itself decreases by tightening the two ends.
- Forms the "eight" from the loop. It simply needs to be scrolled about 180º relative to the middle.
- The knot is put on the fore-end of the hook.
- Then the ends of the line are tightened.
- Now it is necessary to tighten the knot to the blade, moisten it and tighten again with effort.
As you can see, there are fairly simple ways of tying fishing lines and hooks for fishing. In addition, you can learn how to knit a fishing net.