Non Slip Monoloop Knot

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How to tie Non Slip Monoloop Knot

 

How to tie a fishing hook using Non Slip Mono Loop Knot.
As its name suggests it forms a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line. The loop connection to a fly or a lure can give the fly or lure more natural action. Some fishermen find the Kreh Loop easier to tie than the similar Rapala Knot and equally reliable. 

 


The Non-Slip Mono Knot is a higher strength version of the original Homer Rhodes Loop Knot where the tag end was only hitched once around the standing line. The Non-Slip Mono was developed by Lefty Kreh during his series of tests to create a strong loop knot. It was then incorporated into the book "Practical Fishing Knots" which he co-authored with Mark Sosin. Accordingly it is quite often known as Lefty Kreh's Loop Knot.

 

 


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