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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Pengenalan

Salam pengenalan kepada semua blogger-blogger dan yang terutama sekali pada peminat arena memancing mahupun pancingan parit, tali air, sungai, tasik, lombong ataupon laut.

Hasrat atau hobi memancing yang baik sangat digalakan dipupuk bagi mengelakkan generasi akan datang masih dapat mengenal species ikan, habitat ikan walaupon dari segi teknologi kita boleh dikatakan maju mengikut arus pembangunaan.

Blog ini adalah bertujuan merapatkan lagi 'angler-angler' baru mahupon yang lama tentang teknik, mencari barangan pancing yang baru mahupon yang lama, tekong-tekong tersohor tanahair mahupon negara jiran serta informasi pertandingan mememancing yang bakal diadakan berhampiran dengan anda.

Kunjungan anda dialu-alukan dan sebarang komen boleh diberikan bagi membantu sukan memancing agar terus di'hobi'kan dari generasi ke generasi seterusnya.

World's Fair

The World's Fair Knot was created by Gary Martin and was selected by a panel of outdoors writers to be the best new knot from 500 knot entries. It was given the name World's Fair Knot by Martin himself because it was first ever demonstrated by him at the 1982 World's Fair.

This knot is an excellent choice for tying a Drop Shot rig if you leave the tag end as long as you wish for the weighted end. Many pro bass fisherman are using this knot instead of the Palomar for that purpose.

Uni

Also known as the Grinner Knot the Uni Knot is a good and dependable knot for mono-filament to terminal tackle connections. Some anglers find it easier to tie than the Improved Clinch and equally dependable.

Trilene

One of many good terminal tackle fishing knots, it is especially dependable in fluorocarbon fishing line.

Surgeon’s

This knot ranks as one of the best and easiest to tie knots for joining lines of equal or unequal diameters. It can also be used to join lines of different materials.
It is simply two overhand knots with the entire leader pulled through the knot each time. When properly tied, the Surgeon’s Knot approaches 100-percent line strength. It must be tightened by pulling on all four strands to properly seat the knot.

Surgeon’s End Loop

The popularity of the Surgeon’s End Loop lies in its simplicity as well as its strength. Two overhand knots with doubled line and you’re done! Some anglers go with three wraps for added security, but the knot does get a bit bulky.

Snell (Traditional)

This is the traditional method of tying the Snell Knot. Some people find the Uni Knot version easier to tie. Learn either one to tie your own snelled hooks.