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Sufix Knot Tying Guide

Recommended Fishing Line Knots

Sufix recommends a handful of knots that you can use to get the best performance from your Sufix fishing line. Read the instructions below or download the instructions PDF.

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Rapala Loop Knot

A non-slip loop knot intended to be tied directly to the lure. Provides a loop which allows the lure to move freely and naturally.

Rapala Knot

Improved Clinch Knot

One of the most widely used fishing knots. It provides a good method of securing a fishing line to a hook, lure or swivel.

Improved Clinch Knot

Palomar Knot

A simple knot for attaching a line to a hook, or a fly to a leader or tippet. It is regarded as one of the strongest and most reliable fishing knots.

Palomar Knot

Double Uni Knot

The best knot for joining together two fishing lines of approximately the same diameter. This knot can be used with braided lines and mono-braided combinations.

Double Uni Knot