The world of knots is like an expansive buffet…lots of great options, and most people have different favorites that they keep going back to. We had the pleasure of sharing the boat with Mark Zona and asked him “dude, what’s your go-to knot.” We think you’ll appreciate his #1 pick - a strong and easy to tie knot that excels with fluorocarbon and monofilament. Like most good bass knots, it’s doubled up through the eye of the lure and can take a lot of stress on the hookset.
Mark Zona’s Favorite Bass Fishing Knot
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