basic fishing knot which can be varied to meet virtually every
knot tying need in either freshwater or saltwater fishing. That
was the objective of Vic Dunaway, author of numerous books on
fishing and editor of "Florida Sportsman" magazine.
The Uni-Knot system resulted. Knot illustrations and directions
thanks to Ande Monofilament.
Uni-Knot --- Tying Fishing Line To Terminal Tackle
Run the line through the eye of hook, swivel or lure at least
6" and fold to make 2 parallel lines.
the end of line back in a circle toward the hook or lure.
2. Make 6 turns with tag end around the double line.
tag end through the circle.
the double line at a point where it passes through the eye and
pull the tag end to snug up the turns.
3. Now pull the standing line to slide the knot up against the
4. Continue pulling until the knot is tight. Trim tag end flush
with closest coil of knot. The uni-knot will not slip.