Uni Knot

How to tie an Uni Knot

The Uni Knot is in many ways a great knot. If you only wan't to learn one knot then the uni knot is the one to learn. The uni not is an almost complete knot that can be used to attache lures or hooks, for joing lines (double uni knot), snelling hooks and it even works with most superlines. The Uni knot is a multipurpose fishing knot that will prove it self in many situations.

Tags: uni knot, how to tie a uni knot, double uni knot, uni to uni knot, fisherman's knots uni knot, tying the uni knot

Comment this Fishing Knot

Displaying results 57 to 63 out of 69


Tuesday, 09-03-10 07:19

thank u

Geoff from Australia

Monday, 08-02-10 13:04

Very informative and very helpful.

Thanks and keep up the good work..
when I can afford I will donate

Joseph from New Zealand

Friday, 05-02-10 04:29

Don't be discouraged by negative comments, mate. You don't realize how helpful your videos have been. Please carry on the good work.
I promise that when I can afford, I will donate for the work you do.

Don from Canada

Friday, 08-01-10 20:32

I would much prefer 5 or 6 good diagrams. The videos just take too long to load down.

Jonathan from USA

Thursday, 17-12-09 02:15

Is the uni good with braid to lure/hook too? I use the double uni for braid to flurocarbon with great success!

kaginalkar from india

Sunday, 04-10-09 09:19

can anyone tell me about self locking sliding knot.

Ron from USA

Sunday, 17-05-09 07:02

Responding to Wayne's inquiry how to tye a "loose" uniknot. The video stops when the tyer pulls the knot tight against the hook eye, however you can pull on the knot and it will open into a loose loop which will allow the submerged fly to have more action. I have also read that some will use the loose loop as a shock absorber when a fish strikes hard enough to pull the knot tight against the eye. Basically you can open and close the loop as you like.


Enter a new comment below

Ins Gästebuch eintragen

CAPTCHA image for SPAM prevention

fishing knots logo