This week for “Master Class Monday”—our new feature about taking your fly fishing skills to the next level—Pete Kutzer demonstrates the slim beauty knot. It was developed by noted . . .
There are plenty of good knots to use when you’re chasing trout or warmwater species, but do you know which knot to use when you’re after serious big game? Orvis ambassador Conway . . .
The Double Uni Knot is a great way to connect different materials–for instance, monofilament and fluorocarbon or braid. It’s not a difficult knot to tie, but I always enjoy seeing new ways to tie. . .
Tying the clinch knot at your kitchen table is ridiculously easy, and it’s one of the first knots that most anglers use. But what about when your hands are really cold or the light is too low for you to. . .
The first knot that most anglers learn is the clinch knot, and then they move on to the improved clinch. But is the latter always better than the former? I mean, it does say “improved” right in . . .
I’m going to state right off the bat that, when it comes to joining pieces of monofilament, I am a blood-knot guy. There are several reasons: It’s the knot I learned first, and I’ve tied it enough that I can tie. . .
The easiest way to add a second fly in a tandem rig is to attach the dropper line directly to the hook of the top fly. However, some anglers struggle a bit because the knot slips off the hook or . . .