In the latest of his nifty knot tutorials Neil Mackellow looks at uses for the Snell knot, before carefully guiding us through a set of easy steps to forming this superb hook-to-mono connection. Attaching hooks to mono with a knot
Knot-tying buff Neil Mackellow insists that every angler should have at least one tidy ‘power’ knot up their sleeve, and cites the tough spider hitch as a winner. Anyone can tie this handy knot in just a few seconds and
“How do I tie a basic shore fishing leader knot?” is one of the most common questions that former World Champion caster Neil Mackellow is asked. Follow Neil’s simple step-by-step instructions and it is a question that you’ll never need
The grinner knot is one of the most flexible knots used in angling for attaching line to an eyed hook, swivel or lure. It has a substantial wet knot strength of over 90 percent of the original line breaking strain.
How to attach a mono leader to a braided main line? Another of those questions that arises time and time again. Neil Mackellow tried all manner of different connections before settling on the reliable Albright knot which he demonstrates in