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Trilene Knot For Fishing [Catfishing Quick Tips #5]

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Trilene Knot For Fishing [Catfishing Quick Tips #5]

Chad Ferguson here with learn to catch catfish calm with this week’s catfishing quick tip now I’ve talked quite a bit recently in my catfishing quick tip videos about how to tie knots I’ve covered how to Snell a hook and how to tie the Palomar knot and in this week’s video I’m going to show you how to tie another very effective and simple to tie knot that I rely on a lot when fishing for catfish and that’s the trialing knot so i’m going to cut away here real quick and show you how to tie the trilane knot and then I’ll come back and talk a little bit more about this and this week’s catfishing quick tip this is how you tie Charlie knot and the way that I’m going to show you to do this if you look up other illustrations that you find online it’s not going to match this 100% but the way I do it will get you the same end result is the the way these other illustrations is at Riley not work it’s just much easier to manage the knot when tying it this way so what I’m going to do is insert the line through the eye of the hook here I’m going to go back and double back around and then start it back through the eye of the hook again which is going to leave me with a loop in the fishing line right here so I have the loop in the line and then I have this excess piece of loose line what I’m going to do is go around one two three four five around the tip of my finger and then I’m going to take this piece of line right here and go back through that loop that I made originally in the line and then I’m just going to take this and pull it tight and there you go that’s how you tie a trolley knot this is a great way if you have leaders pre tied and you’re just adding a slip sinker and your mainline to a leader and a swivel this is a great way to attach it to that hook but that’s how you tie a trolley knot so that’s how you tie at Riley knot now there are a lot of instances where you’re going to have to use different knots and different applications and outside of Snelling a hook or tying the Palomar knot the trialing knot is my go-to knot when fishing for catfish now there’s a lot of different instances and where you could use this and really you can use it in any application but I’ll come back in a future episode of catfish and quick tips and show you real quick some different knots to use in different parts of the most common catfish rigs so make sure you stay tuned for some future episodes of catfish and quick tips from learn to catch catfish comm when you’re done watching this video make sure you hit that thumbs up button below and leave us a comment let us know what you think and if you use the trilane not again chad ferguson learn to catch catfish calm

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