How To Connect Fly Fishing Leader To Fly Fishing Line (Handshake Knot)

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Want to learn how to connect your fly fishing leader to your fly fishing line?

If you’re coming from spin fishing, you’re probably used to tying an FG or a double uni knot to connect your line to leader.

But fly fishing lines are a little different.

Both the leader and the line have loops on the end.

So how do you connect these two?

With a handshake knot.

See how to tie this know in the video below.

Connect Fly Fishing Leader To Line [VIDEO]

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Connecting your fly line to leader is actually really easy.

Here are the steps:

Step 1: Get the leader out of the package and untangle it

Step 2: Take the fly line and slide it through the loop of the leader

Step 3: Create a loop in the leader and thread it through the loop of the fly line

Step 4: Pull the tag end of the leader through the loop of the line

Pa-POW — you’ve got yourself a handshake knot.

Conclusion

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Connecting your line to leader with fly fishing lines is a lot easier than with spinning line.

All you have to do is tie a handshake knot and you’re done!

Have any questions about attaching your fly line to your fly leader?

Let me know down in the comments.

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