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Home > Learn to Fish & Boat > How To Fish > How to Tie Fishing Knots > Perfection Loop Knot
The perfection loop knot is one of the most useful fishing knots you can learn to tie. Once you know how to tie the perfection loop, also known as the perfection knot, you can use it to attach your fly fishing leader to your line or to connect sinkers to your bottom fishing rigs.
You may want to learn how to make a loop knot, such as the perfection loop, because they can be used in a number of different situations from freshwater fly fishing to saltwater bottom fishing. While this particular knot is a strong and effective knot to use when working with monofilament or fluorocarbon, it is not recommended for braided line.
When learning how to fish on the bottom, the perfection loop knot is a good choice for connecting sinkers and hooks to bottom fishing rigs. One of the major benefits of using this knot for your bottom fishing rigs is that when it's drawn tight, it easily sheds weeds and seagrass. This is a good option among other fishing knots and rigs.
All you have to do is follow four steps to learn how to tie this knot.
Many fly anglers choose use the perfection knot in two different ways when freshwater or saltwater fly fishing.
If you are looking for a good terminal knot to use for braided fishing line, learn how to tie the Palomar knot.
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