Calling All Worms! This surprisingly simple technique will unearth some surprising results! Find an area of loose, slightly moist soil (the dirt under a log or landscape timber works well) and push a 12- to 18-inch-long stick two to three inches into the ground. Vigorously rub another stick from side to side against it for about 2 minutes and watch as any worms in the vicinity wriggle to the surface. Try several areas in the yard to see which ones are the hottest worm hangouts.
Alberto Knot - Use this knot for joining lines of different diameters and/or composition such as monofilament (or fluorocarbon) leaders to braid line.
Albright Knot - Fishing Knot Encyclopedia
Loop knots give you a good alternative for topwater baits that don't have split rings. You can allow the bait to move side to side more with a loop knot and lets baits walk that don't ordinarily walk well. The Rapala Knot is a fairly popular loop knot for bigger lures and you can manage ...
Fishing Tips - How to Tie the 4 strongest fishing knots. Tried and true ways to tie on a fishing lure, other fishing knots. | Fishing Knot tutorials, Fishing Lure Tips and Gear, Survival Prepping Skills at survivallife.com
Learn how spooling fishing line correctly either by hand or with a fishing line winder eliminates fishing line memory and resulting fishing line backlash
The Spool knot is used to attach the mainline to the spool. When attaching braided line it's advisable to make several extra wraps around the line.
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Evolution of the Polish Eagle's design from 12th century to the year 1927, drawing published in “Światowid” magazine, 1935 [source].