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If you only knew one knot for fishing, this might be a good one. It has good strength, is easy to rig on a kayak, and can be used for any hook or lure that doesn't require a loop for proper swimming action.

http://www.raley.com/knots/cinch-1.gif

First, pass the bitter end of the line thru the eyelet of the hook or lure

http://web.archive.org/web/20070528120528/http://www.raley.com/knots/cinch-2.gif

Next, make a loop back to the rest of the line


http://web.archive.org/web/20070528120528/http://www.raley.com/knots/cinch-3.gif

Wrap the bitter end of the line around at least 4 times

http://www.raley.com/knots/cinch-4.gif

Thread the bitter end back thru the loop you originally created

http://www.raley.com/knots/cinch-5.gif

Pull the bitter end tight. Test the knot by pulling (less than the breaking strength!) Trim closely.

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