Chet Palomar noodled out a durable, facile knot here. Remember to avoid twisting or overlapping the strands as you proceed, making certain they lie parallel.
Step 1. Double about 4" of line and run doubled section through eye of swivel or
hook. Use 6" when tying to a lure.
Step 2. Let hook hang free; tie overhand knot in doubled line. Try to keep lines
parallel, with no crossovers.
Step 3. Extend loop of doubled line far enough to pass it over hook swivel, or lure.
Step 4. To tighten, pull in opposite directions on hook and doubled line. Snug tightly.
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