Initially, you may think, why do I need to learn a specific knot to tie to the spool of my reel? If I have a big, mean fish that takes me all the way down to the final wraps of backing, will this knot really keep the fish on? The odds of this knot holding a fish that’s strong enough to run that far are slim to none - however, it does have its place. The arbor knot consists of a slipknot tied to the end of the backing and an overhand knot tied in the tag end of the slipknot.
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