Published Jun 3. 2016 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Jun 3. 2016

How to tie a blood knot

The blood knot is one of the most commonly used and effective knots to tie two pieces of line together. Mostly used by fly fishermen when they are attaching tippet to their tapered leader. The blood knot is a very strong knot, getting very close to 100%, and its also very small, thin and smooth. Just make sure the two lines are close in diameter as two lines that are far different could cause the knot to fail.

Difficulty: medium
Time: medium
Strength: high
Usefulness: This is a great knot for adding tippet to leader



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