How to tie two Fishing Hooks

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Tying Two Fishing Hooks on the single Fishing Line

 

 

 

Popular Knots is presenting the most simple way how to tie two fishing hooks to a fishing line. Sometime fishermen need two hooks near by to each other in order to use it on live fish bait. One hook they usually place at the fish head and another one at the fish tail. Many lures simulating a fish having two hooks a well that increases a probability catching a fish.

Both knots for both hooks are "Jammed Loop Knot"  executed with a little bit different ways that you can see from the video above.

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