Knots To Use With Baitcasting Reels Part I
The rapala knot is a great knot to use. With this knot, the lure is tied to the line so that it can move about freely. This allows your bait to move around more naturally. This knot is fairly easy to to learn. The first step is to tie an overhead knot. This can be done by feeding the line through the eye of your lure. Next you will feed the working end through the eye of your lure. Then make three wraps around your line. You can now bring the knot back through the overhead knot again (do not pull to tight). Make sure to leave some slack in the loop. The final step is to feed your tag through the slack loop and pull tight. You are now ready to cast with the baticasting reel and hopefully catch some fish.
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