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    How to Tie Spearfishing Knots

    January 31, 2024 2 min read

    How to Tie Spearfishing Knots

    In spearfishing, the right knot can make all the difference. Whether you're securing your valuable gear or aiming to catch that elusive doggie, a well-tied knot can be your best ally. In this blog, we're diving into the art of knot-tying with Adreno's Taylor Slattery. Get ready to learn about how to tie essential knots, including the constrictor knot, double opposing noose knot, bowline knot, half hitch, and more, all designed to help you prepare your gear for action in the deep blue.


    1. The Constrictor Knot:
    The constrictor knot is a crucial knot for spearfishers. This knot's gripping power ensures that your rubbers stay securely attached to your speargun. Taylor Slattery will guide you through the step-by-step process of tying this knot, so you can trust that your rubbers won't slip when you're underwater.

    2. Double Opposing Noose Knot:
    The double opposing noose knot is a versatile knot that can be used for various purposes in spearfishing. Learn how to create this knot with precision, and you'll have a powerful tool at your disposal for securing gear, attaching dyneema to your shaft, and much more.

    3. The Bowline Knot:
    A reliable and easy-to-tie knot, the bowline knot is a spearfisher's best friend when it comes to attaching important equipment. Discover how to tie the bowline knot, and you'll be able to secure your speargun and gear effectively.

    4. Half Hitch:
    The half hitch may seem simple, but it's a fundamental knot in spearfishing. Taylor Slattery will walk you through the proper way to tie a half hitch, a knot you'll frequently use when attaching shark clips to the end of your gun.

    Mastering the art of knot-tying is a crucial skill for spearfishers, and it can be the difference between success and disappointment in the water. These knots will not only help you secure your gear but also increase your chances of landing your bucket list fish.