Fishing Arbor Knot, to Join Fishing Line to the Reel

The Arbor Knot, To Join Our Fishing Line To Any Type Of Reel

From EsPesca.es your favorite fishing shop is still trying to facilitate the work of making the sometimes tedious fishing nets.

In the section of guides and manuals of fishing knots this time it has been the turn to the already famous Arbor knot, very used to join the line of fishing to our reel, whatever its model, whether the reel is of baitcasting, For fly fishing, spinning, etc.

This knot is ideal to ensure that if for some reason our reel or fishing rod fall into the water can be collected pulling our line without fear that it will be released and we will definitely lose our much appreciated fishing equipment.

The Arbor knot, as we have said before, is mainly used to tie the line of fishing with the coil or axis of the reel whatever the type of this one. It is not an extremely strong and safe knot, it will simply give us a hold of our line to the axis of the reel so that there is no greater evils if by careless or distracting we lose the fishing equipment.

That said we will describe the Arbor knot step by step, because with 5 simple steps we will have our reel well attached to the fishing line.

Let’s go there! 

Step 1:  Surround the line around the bobbin axis and then make a simple knot around the foot part with the end of the line.

Step 2:  Make a second knot at the end of the fishing line just 4 or 5 cm from the first simple knot.

Step 3:  Pull the line towards the reel to slide the first knot on the foot of the line until the second knot is jammed against the first simple knot, can be lousy to explain but in doing so is extremely simple.

Step 4: Once the two simple knots are united, we are almost finished, the last step is missing.

Step 5: Squeeze the two simple knots towards the bobbin shaft of our spool and… voilà! We already have it.

It was easy, was not it? In any case the success when making the fishing nodes are the result of a lot of practice, the veteran fishermen know what we are talking about.

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