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Teaching the world to tie knots since 1993!

This website features helpful information and easy to follow tying illustrations and animations for tying over 140 of the most popular and most useful knots. We continually update the site with new additions and more information. The Fishing section contains the most knots on the internet and they are clearly displayed in sections by type for Loops or Line to Line and Terminal Tackle, and also as selections for beginners, fly fishing, salt water, even Tenkara!

The Rope section includes handy selections for boating, climbing, arborist, rescue, survival and other outdoor pursuits.
All of our knots are clearly illustrated with step by step instructions and animated for you to sit back and watch. You can pause and rewind the animation while you practice tying for yourself. It makes learning easy and fun! New additions to the site include Fashion Section for Neckties, Scarfs and even Pocket Square folds.

And if you are a fly fisherman or woman, don't miss our new Fly Tying section! We have fly tying instruction video by some of the biggest names in fly tying such as the late, great Shane Stalcup and some really super fish-catching patterns. Thanks for making us the go-to tying resource of the internet for over twenty years - Enjoy!


Fishing Knots

NetKnots has the most extensive library on the internet! From the Alberto to the World's Fair and everything in between.

Fishing Knots

Rope Knots

Over 60 to chose from, from the Alpine Coil to the Zeppelin Bend, you should be able to find it here and learn to tie it right.

Rope Knots


Disclaimer: Any activity involving rope can be dangerous and may even be life threatening! Knot illustrations contained in this web site are not intended for rock climbing instruction. Many knots are not suitable for the risks involved in climbing. Seek professional instruction. Many factors affect knots including: the appropriateness of knots and rope materials used in particular applications, the age, size, and condition of ropes; and the accuracy with which these descriptions have been followed. No responsibility is accepted for incidents arising from the use of this content.