Fishing Knots

How to Tie the Palomar Knot

The Palomar knot might just be the most widely used knot in bass fishing and for good reason: It’s easy to tie and it’s super strong. With the creation of fluorocarbon, it has quickly become one of the most popular and frequently debated-knots in our sport.

If you make sure to avoid any crossing throughout the process of tying the Palomar knot, you’ll have very few issues with break-offs or failure. In addition to fluorocarbon, it’s also an outstanding option for both monofilament and braided lines.

Please visit the popular Wired2Fish Fishing Knot Guide if you have any other questions regarding various types of fishing knots for similar and different applications.