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Start with an arm’s length of 30- to 50-pound monofilament fishing line as a leader. Tie four 2- to 3-inch dropper loop knots 3 to 4 inches apart.Attach a sinker to the bottom loop using one of your fishing knots. Tie a hook to each of the two middle loops.Lastly, tie your main line (or the line running from your fishing reel) to the top loop.

People also ask

  • How do you tie a knot on a fishing pole?

  • Guide the fishing line through the eye of the hook. Wrap the loose end of the line around the standing line 5 times. Thread the line into the loop right next to the fishing hook’s eye. Pull both ends of your fishing line to tighten the knot.

  • What’s the best way to tie a fishing line?

  • First of all, take the fishing line and the hook, lure or snap swivel you want to tie with that line. Allow the line to pass through the eyelid of the hook in such a way (leave 6 to 12 inches gap) so that you can double back making five or six turns or wrap around the fishing or standing line.

  • Why do you put a hook on a fishing line?

  • One of them is to put a hook on the fishing line. Putting a hook on a fishing reel (actually fishing line) is important. You know why? Because, if you tie the knot successfully, it will give much of the strength of the fishing line when stressed.

  • What’s the easiest way to tie a hook?

  • It’s actually really easy to do, whether you do it by hand, or by using a hook tying device. Hold the line along the hook shank and form a small loop near the bend.