How To Tie The FG Knot (While On A Kayak Or Paddleboard)
By: Tony Acevedo on June 25, 2020
We’ve done a lot of knot tests here at Salt Strong because we know that the strength of our knots is one of the few things we can control when we’re on the water…
You can’t control whether or not fish will bite, or whether or not they’ll break you off around structure, but if you lose a fish because of a weak knot, then, unfortunately, that was your fault.
So that being said, knots are incredibly important!
And after all the knot tests we’ve done, we’ve found the strongest line to leader connection to be the FG knot.
However, there are a few drawbacks of tying the FG knot…
It takes a lot of time, it can be difficult to tie, and you need constant tension on the line to tie it correctly.
These stipulations can make it difficult to tie when you’re out on your kayak or paddleboard, but in this video, I’m going to show you how to do it.
Check it out below.
How To Tie The FG Knot On A Kayak [VIDEO]
Because it can be difficult to tie on the water, I usually tie my FG knots the night before I go fishing.
However, if you’re in a pinch and you need to tie it then and there, it can definitely be done with the tips mentioned in the video above.
Have any questions about tying knots on the water in a kayak?
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