Strong loop for double-line leader and loop-to-loop join.
Strong double-line leader and for loop-to-loop connections.
Reasonably secure loop in a rope's end - and easy to undo.
Easy and fast tying knot for attaching a hook or fly.
Secure, and fast tying knot for attaching a hook or fly.
Creates an easy to remember end-of-rope loop
Secure loop in the end of 3 or 4-strand rope.
The essential component of a Lariat used as a Lasso.
Hollow Braid Eye Splice with end threaded up rope center.
McDonald's quick Brummel splice for hollow braid rope.
An adjustable loop tied using a Rolling Hitch
Creates a very strong fixed loop in the end of a line.
Creates a loop that tightens when pulled.
Small loop in end of a leader aligns with the standing end.
Makes a very secure loop in the end of a piece of rope
A non-slip loop knot usually tied directly to the lure.
Bowline encircles the standing end to create a noose.
Neat method of creating a soft shackle in hollow-braid rope.
Edwards style shackle made out of hollow-braid rope.
Stronger soft shackle made out of hollow-braid rope.
End of line loop often used to make a loop-to-loop connection
A Bowline with an additional turn for greater security.
This page shows a selection of the knots commonly used to make loops at the end of a Line. Four of the knots are primarily used in fishing:
Australian Braid Bimini Twist Perfection Loop Surgeon's Loop
The other knots and splices are intended for rope. However, the following knots and splices are only suitable for hollow-braid rope:
Long Bury McDonald Brummel Soft Shackle Edwards Soft Shackle Stronger Soft Shackle
End of Fishing Line Loop Knots Australian Braid Loop Bimini Twist Davy Knot Double Davy Knot Non-Slip Mono Perfection Loop Rapala Knot Surgeon's Loop
Eye Splices Eye Splice Long Bury Eye Splice McDonald Brummel Eye Splice
End of Rope Loop Knots Bowline Double Dragon Loop Gnat Hitch Midshipman's Hitch Noose Poacher's Knot Running Bowline Siberian (Evenk) Hitch Soft Shackle Soft Shackle (Edwards) Stronger Soft Shackle Water Bowline