How2: Tie a Knotless Knot
Follow the step by step diagrams and tie the knot used by most leading specimen anglers.
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            [5] => Follow the step by step diagrams and tie the knot used by most leading specimen anglers. 
            [6] => It will set your hook at a special angle when your rig is under tension and increase hook penetration leading to less false takes.
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            [8] => Tie a tiny loop (to form the hair) in the end of your hooklength line, trim off the tag end and thread the line through the back of your eyed hook. 
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            [10] => Pull back, the hooklength through the eye of the hook until the hair is the desired length from the bend of the hook. Now hold the hair securely in place and begin whipping the hooklength around the hook shank and the hair. 
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            [12] => Keep the whipping as tight as possible, continuing whipping down the hook shank until the end of the whipping sits adjacent to the point of the hook. Now make one final whip up and on top of the previous whippings. Finally thread the end of the hooklength through the back of the hook's eye once more. It is as simple as that and takes seconds to do! 
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It will set your hook at a special angle when your rig is under tension and increase hook penetration leading to less false takes.
  YOUR STEP BY STEP GUIDE
Tie a tiny loop (to form the hair) in the end of your hooklength line, trim off the tag end and thread the line through the back of your eyed hook.
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Tie a tiny loop (to form the hair) in the end of your hooklength line, trim off the tag end and thread the line through the back of your eyed hook.
Pull back, the hooklength through the eye of the hook until the hair is the desired length from the bend of the hook. Now hold the hair securely in place and begin whipping the hooklength around the hook shank and the hair.
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Pull back, the hooklength through the eye of the hook until the hair is the desired length from the bend of the hook. Now hold the hair securely in place and begin whipping the hooklength around the hook shank and the hair.
Keep the whipping as tight as possible, continuing whipping down the hook shank until the end of the whipping sits adjacent to the point of the hook. Now make one final whip up and on top of the previous whippings. Finally thread the end of the hooklength through the back of the hook's eye once more. It is as simple as that and takes seconds to do!
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Keep the whipping as tight as possible, continuing whipping down the hook shank until the end of the whipping sits adjacent to the point of the hook. Now make one final whip up and on top of the previous whippings. Finally thread the end of the hooklength through the back of the hook's eye once more. It is as simple as that and takes seconds to do!