Tie a hook on the end of your fishing linewithone of your fishing knots. Pinch one or two small split shot sinkers to your main line about 6-12 inches from the hook to add a bit of weight to your line (this will keep your bait suspended vertically). If there is current,you can add one or two more split shots.
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How to tie a fishing hook to a weight?
The best way is to tie the weight at least 6 to 12 inches above the hook. In this way, it helps the hook to sink more and move properly. Take a long line and pass the tag line through the eye or hole of the weight. Keep a few inches of tag line on loose to tie the hook later. Take the tag end line and wrap it a few times around the standing line.
How to tie a fishing line with a knot?
How to: 1 Double the fishing line. 2 Thread the loop through the hole of the hook. 3 Then tie an overhand knot. 4 Tread the loop carefully through the fishing hook. 5 Gently pull lines to tighten the knot. 6 Trim the loose end, if needed.
How do you attach a tag line to a fishing hook?
1 Take a long line and pass the tag line through the eye or hole of the weight. 2 Keep a few inches of tag line on loose to tie the hook later. 3 Take the tag end line and wrap it a few times around the standing line. 4 Pull the tag end line and slip it through the loop closest to the eye. 5 Gently pull them to secure the line around the weight.
How do you tie a braided line to a hook?
Tie an overhand knot with the tag line and main line and pull it tight. Lay the tag end over the main line to make a loop, then tuck the end through the loop. Pull the knot tight to secure the braided line to the hook.