Learn how to tie the non-slip loop knot to give your flies greater range of motion.
Most of the time, fly anglers use a uni knot or a clinch knot to attach flies to monofilament line. Those knots work great, but the non-slip knot gives the fly a more natural action. It’s just as strong as a uni or clinch, and it works great with mono smaller than 20-pound test. This video from the guys over at Tightline Productions provides detailed instructions for how to tie a non-slip loop knot. These guys always do a knock-up job at teaching fly knots and this video is no exception.
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