Wilian Ogata
More ideas from Wilian
Tire a ferrugem de suas ferramentas com este truque de limpeza natural

What you need: · Rusted tools · Vinegar · Bucket · Toothbrush · Paper towels · Baking soda · Water · Hair dryer · Coconut oil · Sponge Instructions: Soak .

Uni to uni knot.

<"readhead"> Uni-knot splice To get more bites from bass and walleyes when you're using braided superlines, you need to add a monofilament leader. The easiest way to make a strong splice is to use a barrel swivel and two Palomar knots.

This is the knot I used when I broke my rod on a Steelhead on the Clearwater and had to grab my other rod and tie the line to it while the Steelhead parked herself behind a big rock midstream. Once I got it tied I used an ol' timer's trick to get her out by "twanging" the line like a guitar string. She came bustin' out of there and I finally landed her with a story to tell. She went back to the river unharmed and still weighing 12.5 pounds. I thanked her as she swam off.

The Blood-knot Dropper. A dropper line above your fly, lure, or bait is the perfect way to rig split shot. When you snag, the weight will pull free and you keep your terminal tackle.

The strongest loop knot you can tie

The Non Slip Loop Knot. The strongest loop knot you can tie. Used by big game anglers worldwide. Easy to tie, far stronger and more reliable than the old fashioned strangulating figure eight knot that can substantially weaken line.