Knotless Knot

Possibly the most popular and useful knot in carp fishing. Used to make a rig to attach boilies to an eyed hook to make a safe and reliable rig that works.

  • For creating a hair rig.
Grinner Knot

This knot is a very well known and reliable knot and one of those essential basic knots that will prove useful in a wide variety of carp fishing situations. It is also known as the Uni-Knot. It is a very reliable knot and should be used if possible in preference to a half blood knot for attaching hooks, swivels and terminal tackle. It can be used on a wide range of line diameters. It maintains a high percentage of the lines strength and should be used for monofilament only. It is not recommended for braided lines. Make sure that once you make enough turns on each side at least 5 to ensure it works effectively.

  • Attaching eyed hooks
  • Attaching swivels
  • Attaching terminal tackle
Figure of Eight

A great connection knot for the end of your hooklink allowing you to use quick links and quick change swivels.

  • Forming loops
  • Attaching quick links
  • Situations where you need to change your line quickly
  • Stick and bag fishing
  • Best suited to Mono and Fluorocarbon