#1 Knot For Artificial Lures In Under 30 Seconds


This is the BEST knot for artificial lures in UNDER 30 seconds!!

You shouldn’t waste time trying to tie elaborate knots that take out of your fishing.

Strength, efficiency, and effectiveness.

Learn how to tie this quality knot in under 30 seconds below!!

Best Knot For Artificial Lures [VIDEO]

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First, take the tag end and wrap it around the main line to create a small, initial loop.

Then, take the tag end of the line and run it back through the eye of your jighead or hook.

Next, feed the tag end back through the first loop you made.

Twist the tag end around the main line two times.

Then run the tag end back through the loop and pull snugly.

That is the non-slip loop knot in less than 30 seconds!!!

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Judson Syrett
1 year ago

Started using this knot today on the leader tied to braid with the fg knot. so far so good multiple trout later. Pretty cool to learn new, effective knots after 20+ yrs of fishing.

Kim MacCartney
1 year ago

Salt Strong needs to get Luke and his knot testing machine to test the Kreh Loop Knot versus the Kryston Loop Knot. Kryston is much easier to tie and adjust the size of the loop but if it is not as strong then the Kreh is the way to go.

james Hunt
1 year ago

Really great and easy knot. I also use the Kryston Non slip knot. One advantage with the Kryston is that you can adjust the size at anytime and you can start with a very large loop that for some is easier to tie and adjust the size of the loop or the proximity to lure eye by pulling on the appropriate side of the overhand knots. You do however, have to go through one side of the overhand knot twice and then cinch it tight with a final overhand knot instead of making turns around the standing line (optional).

Scott Posgai
1 year ago

When discussing loop knots I don’t see any information on surgeons knots versus the Kreh loop knot. I have looked on some other websites and it seems to feel that the surgeons knot is possibly the strongest of the loop knots.

William Myers
1 year ago

Is this knot good for braid.

Kim MacCartney
1 year ago
Reply to  William Myers

Absolutely not good for braid unless you want to lose every lure you cast!

robert brombach
1 year ago

Great knot Wyatt! Been using it for the last 55+ years! Simple plus very strong. Rarely does this knot fail.

Last edited 1 year ago by robert brombach
1 year ago

Do you think that will hold in Braid?

A Rollins
1 year ago
Reply to  Nitro

The canoe man loop knot does not work with braid fishing lines.

Last edited 1 year ago by Andrew Rollins
Matthew Lanier
1 year ago

Great quick tutorial, Wyatt!

Bruce Laurent
1 year ago

I like that the tag end points down so if you keep the length short you don’t have to necessarily trim it.

Don Embleton
1 year ago

great stuff !!!


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