How to tie the best knot for hooks and swivels (Video)
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This knot is the best knot to tie hooks and swivels on to your main line and leader . It tightens the more the fish pull on the line , so it won’t be the knot that lets you down . This knot is important as it is the basis for the knot that joins your main line (braid) to your leader . This video on the knot will come in future blogs.
How to rig live yakkas with the two hook rig
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Rigging wit he two hook rig is pretty easy if you know how . See the photos below . The top hook goes in first on the back of the fish . Be careful to just put the hook through the fish just under the backbone . The closer you get to the top of the back bone the better as more of the hook juts out .i like it in the back as I feel the fish vibrates more in the water and attracts the kingie or jewie . In the nose , they swim more freely . The second hook can either stay free or just get pinned at the bottom of the fish near the tail . Either is ok . If you are using a stinger hook ie treble , then let it roam free on yakkas but pin it on w live squid . The squid is for another blog .
if you want to troll a live yakkas or any live fish you need to pin the top hook in the nose of the fish . Not the mouth as they can drown . In the nose they are free to swim with the speed of the boat and live a lot longer . Then I put the stinger hook into the bottom near the tail , just in case .See photo .
How to tie the best knot for jig heads and soft plastics (Video)
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The best knot for a jig head is the loop knot . This allows the soft plastic lure to have more movement and it can dart from side to side better , which mimics a wounded bait fish more accurately . When you put them in the water you can see how real they are and why they fool the fish .Have a study and master this easy knot . You will use it a lot !.There is a photo of the jig below and you can see the loop knot.