Improved clinch knot

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Improved clinch knot
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Names Improved clinch knot, Common fisher knot
Category Hitch
Efficiency 65%-75%
Origin A Drunken Sailor
Typical use fishing/angling/trapping
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The improved clinch knot is a knot that is used for securing a fishing line to the fishing lure, but can also affix fishing line to a swivel, clip, or artificial fly. This is a common knot used by most fishers because of its simple tie and strong hold. When more pull is being applied, the harder the knot turns into itself, increasing the strength of the connection. Can be used with many kinds of line including mono-filament, fluorocarbon, and braided fishing line.

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