SoCal Knot Guide
Jig Loop


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On this page: Jig Loop

One of the most popular knots for tying line to a jig. This knot is easy to tie and it allows your jig to swim freely. It is recommended for top water plugs and jigs.

Jig Loop Instructions:

Step 1: Before you put the line through the eye, tie an overhand knot in the line and then run the line through the eye.

Step 2: Bring the end back through the overhand knot.

Step 3: Then make a simple half-hitch around the line and draw it to the overhand knot.

Step 4: Where you draw the half-hitch to the overhand knot will determine where the loop forms.