08-Apr-2013, 4:27 PM
Netknots.com proprietor John Sherry was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune on "How to untie a knot". This is the opposite of the usual question asked!
14-Jan-2013, 5:06 PM
The Willis Knot is easy to tie and leaves a small yet super-strong knot that slides easily through guides. Some fishermen call it the 'Bruce Willis' knot
30-Dec-2012, 1:31 PM
We just added the King Sling knot to our selection of loop knots in the fishng knot section. At last count, that makes at least seven ways of tying a loop at the end of your line we demonstrate on this site - either with a lure or as an open loop.
27-Dec-2012, 1:50 PM
One of the strangest things about the Zeppelin Knot (or Bend) is that it has inexplicably become virtually lost to the world. Although it is one of the best ways to connect two ropes, most people have never heard of it much less know how to tie it!
26-Dec-2012, 9:39 PM
Just added three more great arborist knots: The Schwabish Hitch, the Distal Hitch and the Marl. Be sure to check out these arborist favorites.
07-Dec-2012, 1:28 PM
Don't be the guy that can't tie a knot!
23-Oct-2012, 2:46 PM
Ed Eason of MentorQuest TV interviews John Sherry regarding essential knots for rope and fishing. Ed is the guitarist for Carrie Underwood's band and also
20-Oct-2012, 10:36 AM
We just added the Homer Rhode Loop Knot to the Fishing Knot section. The Homer Rhode (or Homer Rhodes in some texts) Loop Knot Is used to make a loop connection to a hook, fly or lure. It is popular with many anglers due to the fact it can be tied in very heavy line and can be tied quickly and easily. Breaking strength is rated at 70% of line test. Enjoy!
17-Oct-2012, 4:37 PM
As all fly fishermen know, most of the time trout feed below the surface. To catch them involves offering nymph imatations subsurface and while doing so most fly fishermen use an "indicator" on the surface.
15-Oct-2012, 11:43 AM
Obviously we love knots around here and we are always adding new knots to our selection. But rarely do I get as excited about a new knot as I am about the Davy Knot. The history of this little knot is in fly fishing competition and