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Home > Learn to Fish & Boat > How To Fish > How to Tie Fishing Knots > How to Tie an Eye Crosser Knot
The Eye Crosser Knot is a simple, but strong terminal knot that can be used with braided, monofilament, or fluorocarbon lines.
One of the biggest advantages of learning how to tie the Eye Crosser Knot is that it can be tied with any type and weight of fishing line. In addition, Eye Crosser Knot strength is said to be between 90 to 100 percent of the line’s original strength when tied correctly. This particular knot is one of the Knot Wars fishing knots featured in online videos and on television due to its high level of strength and versatility.
To sum up, the Eye Crosser (sometimes referred to as the Double Eye Crosser Knot) is a strong knot that can be used with monofilament, braid, and fluorocarbon to attach your fishing line or leader to a hook or swivel.
You can follow these step-by-step instructions to learn how to tie the Eye Crosser Fishing Knot:
As with all other fishing knots, the more you practice tying the Eye Crosser, the quicker you'll be able to tie it.
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