Fishing Knots with Forceps: Tie a fast Improved Clinch Fishing Knot

Fishing Hook Knots
The improved clinch is better than the regular clinch. Here is how to tie it very quickly using forceps. Light fishing line (such as fly fishing tippet) is very hard to handle with your fat fingers… the forceps gives you the edge for speed.

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It goes without saying that fishing is dangerous as a result of the fast water, slick rocks and other hazards that occur at random, unexpected places. You need to exercise caution, particularly in the spring when the water is high or during rapid changes in tide, before you fish anywhere. You should always wear a life vest when fishing. In addition, a wading staff will help you keep your balance as you walk on the shoreline or wade.

The bottom line is that you must make your own judgment in terms of acceptable behavior and risk and not rely on the opinions expressed here. The regulations governing legal access to fishing locations may change at any time and it is your responsibility to understand the law. Nothing expressed should be construed as encouraging you to trespass on private property or violate a regulation.

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