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Fly Fishing Knots, The Duncan Loop

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Published on May 21, 2011

The Duncan loop knot, a sliding loop knot used to attach your fly to a leader or tippet.

This is a knot I like to use for targeting bigger fish on a tight line drift or swing. Because it can be fished with an open loop it acts as a shock absorber, when weight from a fast take, or hook set happens the knot will slide down to the fly. It also alows my fly (streamer, leech), to act more natural through the drift or swing. After you release your fish you can slide the knot back to reform the loop.

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