How to Tie the Improved Clinch Knot

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How to Tie the Improved Clinch Knot

Learning how to tie the improved clinch knot is your first step in learning to fish! At Kemp Outside, we want to help you become a better fisherman.  We have created our “Learn to Fish” series to help beginners start fishing.  Tying fishing knots is just a small part of the content we have planned!

This knot is primarily used to tie hooks onto fishing line – a pretty important step in catching fish!  As a beginner angler, we suggest this knot as the first knot to learn. Also be sure to stay tuned to Kemp Outside as we show you how to tie several more knots we use every time we go fishing!

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