Sunday, May 4, 2008

Fishing Knots: Turle Knot (and double turle knot)

The turle knot is a little known snare knot used to attach hooks to a leader. It is one of the most simple knots to tie, but is unfortunately quite a weak knot and is not usually recommended unless targeting very small fish. However, the strength of the knot can be significantly improved by tying the double turle knot, which I will also explain below.

Turle knot

1. Pass the line through the eye of the hook and make a simple loop.

2.
Carry the end of the line on to make a Simple Overhand Knot upon the loop and pass the loop over the hook

3. Tighten into shape










Double Turle Knot


  1. Pass the line through and make two simple loops. Then make a Simple Overhand Knot around both loops.
  2. Pass these loops over the hook.
  3. Tighten the knot.

1 comments:

Ocean Slayer said...

Very informative