There's no less than a hundred knots out there for anglers to choose from, but you can greatly boil the list down to a couple for your standard casting reel applications. Mark Menendez is a big proponent of having the line doubled up through the line tie of the hook or lure for the additional tensile and shock strength it provides. He walks us through his two favorite knots, the Palomar knot and the Double Improved Clinch knot. Both are easy to tie and the video clearly demonstrates how to tie each correctly.
2 Tough Knots for Flipping Pitching & Casting [Video]
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