Friday, December 14, 2007

Fishing Knots and Rigs: Rapala Knot

The Rapala Knot is popular method to tie a lure to a line. It has the advantage of allowing the lures to move freely and unimpeded by the knot. It can be tied successfully in monofilament and fluorocarbon leaders.

This knot was invented by the Rapala company


HellaBass said...

This is great knot for topwaters & jerkbaits when fishing for bass in freshwater. It gives the lure a very free action without using a snap or split ring.

Tom said...

Thanks for your comment!
I love this knot and use it in fresh or saltwater whenever I tie on a lure!