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  1. The Perfection Loop is an amazing knot for making loops on monofilament fishing line or nylon leader. It is strong, and makes a beautiful knot! Its small, and goes through guides pretty easily. It is a must have in the fisherman's arsenal of tricks. I use this the most to make loops in leader that I need to connect to a loop in a fishing line. The loop to loop connection is easy, and strong. I have also heard that people use this knot for tying on flies. However I have other knots I find better for this. Not only is this knot strong and effective, its also easy to tie. Once you get the hang of it, you can tie it in a few seconds. Being quick to tie and effective really make this an excellent knot.
  2. The duncan loop (also called grinner knot) is a great knot for attaching flies or fishing lures to your monofilament or fluorocarbon line when you want more movement. The loop this knot creates really helps the hook or lure move freely and act more natural in the water. This is also a very strong knot. Difficulty: Medium Time: Fast Strength: High Usefulness: Attaching lures or flies to your line with a loop. Music: Ukulele - Bensound.com
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