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IMPROVED BLOOD KNOT -- Illustration on how to tie a Blood knot on your fishing line.

 

The Improved Blood Knot is used for tying two pieces of monofilament together of relatively equal diameters.

 

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1.  Overlap the ends of your two strands that are to be joined.

Twist them together about 10 turns.

 

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2.   Separate one of the center twists and thrust the two ends through the space as shown.
 

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3.   Pull the knot together and trim off the short ends.
   
   
   

 

 

 

 
 

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