If you’re fishing with wire line, one way to ensure your line doesn’t break is by tying a leader onto it via a double uni knot. This popular knot is not only strong, it’s also simple to do and easy to master – making it the perfect choice for your fishing needs.
To craft a secure, double uni knot, you’ll first need to pass your wire line through the eye of the hook. Following this, take the end of the wire line and form a loop around its standing part. With this done, pull the same end of the wire line through the newly formed loop and, when secure, pass it a second time in the same way. With this final pass-through and a well-pulled tightness, you’ll achieve a dependable knot that won’t come undone.
Securing a double uni knot takes a few simple steps. To start, cinch the loop around the standing line until it’s snug, but not too rigid. Pull the wire line taut after each loop passage, and you will have created a bond that is safe and sound, with no worry of coming undone.
Over time, tying a double uni knot can become a breeze; reliable and sturdy, it’s the ideal knot to use when connecting a leader line to wire.