Videos: How to Tie a Bimini Twist

The Bimini Twist is one of those knots that’s almost impossible to learn by reading about it. You have to actually see the knot being formed for the directions to make sense. In this new video, Andy Dunn of Angler’s All–a shop in Littleton, Colorado–demonstrates the steps for creating a Bimini, using brightly colored backing to help the viewer see what’s going on. If you need more help, check out the excellent Bimini Twist Knot Animation on the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center. The animation includes both text and visuals to help you get a handle on the various steps required.

The Bimini Twist is great for attaching line to backing, creating an IGFA-approved leader for records, or whenever you need a super-strong connection.

5 thoughts on “Videos: How to Tie a Bimini Twist”

  1. Nice job Andy! Viewers – pay extra attention to his comment at 1:47 about that lazy first wind back toward the tag end. A really tight wind here weakens the knot. That finish at 2:42 was new to me. i LIKE IT!

  2. Very practical. I was always looking for something to put the loop around on the boat which was uncomfortable and impractical when the rod handle with the line taught from the end of the rod tip was always there and in front of me. Well done and thanks for sharing this, so easy, can kick myself for not thinking of it. Did you know that some simple skills and experience make life much easier for an angler, especially in a difficult situation, like this video. Actually, I’m not really a fisherman, I’m a writer who works not only in one of the best but also in cheap essay writer service.

  3. Traditionally, the Bimini Twist is used for making double line leaders. It has gained popularity in recent years for making tippet and shock tippet rings by fly anglers seeking to simplify the process of changing flies. I have decided to get as my friend got for his assignments. While there are several methods for tying a Bimini Twist, we think the one described here is among the easiest and most reliable.

    1. That’s very exciting,I was indeed struggling to make a sample to one of my friend from UK ,Bimini twist patterns, with. A monofilament line .30 mm,thx me Rosetta for the show .

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