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Im trying to learn how to tie several knots and was curious to what were some good websites that i could go to that will teach me them
 

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Dang George you have all the knot tying websites. Guess what man if im lucky i will be working on a boat this summer. So might not get to fish with you this summer
 

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Blane that is great. I hope you get the gig and you work hard to help others out. Good luck.

George
 

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I sure will. Take care and we will see you when you come down.
 

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no really you are right, I tie granny knots to everything.
 

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Let me suggest one more. thaifishingguide.com. A couple of years ago, I posted a similar question, but mainly for higher weight mono lines. Someone pointed out this site, and the Centauri knot. If you are above 20# mono, use the Centauri. It is simple to tie, and you can do it on a pitching boat, and it works great. I tested this and other knots on a tensile strength testing machine.
 

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Nitzey, Have you tested the San Diego jam knot for strength?
 
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