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Learn The Top 5 Knots Every Saltwater Fisherman Should Know

May 24, 2020 67 No Comments

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There are an unlimited number of knots associated with saltwater fishing. Many people become intimidated by the overall number of knots and the ones that look overly complicated.

As a guide in the Florida Keys for over 20 years, I can tell you that it is nice to know a lot of knots but it is not crucial to your success. What is crucial to your success is knowing a few of the right knots. Everyone who fishes in saltwater should know how to tie the basic knots to make wire rigs, bite leaders, tie 2 lines together and be able to tie braid to monofilament or fluorocarbon.  With these basic knots anyone can feel comfortable fishing in saltwater for any specie, anywhere in the world.

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Saltwater Fish like Barracuda have extremely sharp teeth that cut through monofilament like scissors. All saltwater fishermen need to know how to use and tie wire leaders. I’ll show you 2 simple knots that will have you ready to go!

Saltwater Fish like Barracuda have extremely sharp teeth that cut through monofilament like scissors. All saltwater fishermen need to know how to use and tie wire leaders. I’ll show you 2 simple knots that will have you ready to go!

I have boiled this down to 5 knots that every saltwater fisherman should know. I’d love to teach you how to tie these knots in step by step videos using high vis cord. The videos are very easy to follow and you will have memorized these essential knots by the end of the week.

All you have to do is sign up for our email list and I will send you a new knot every day until you have learned all 5. In addition, Ill send you occasional updates on other content produced to help you to become a better fisherman like new episodes of Saltwater Experience Television show, Tom Rowland Podcast episodes and new articles and videos.

I look forward to having you become part of our family.

See you on the water,

Tom Rowland



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