Guesty’s Tackle Talk Loop Knot

There are a few variations of this knot with anglers over time tinkering to get it to their liking. This is how I’ve been shown to tie it and have been doing so for a lot of years now.

About Michael Guest

Michael Guest’s love of all things aquatic was instilled at a young age, fishing, spear-fishing and windsurfing. His passion has grown into an addiction and whether it is catching bait off the wharf, teasing Marlin on the continental shelf, or crashing through undergrowth and casting at bass this is where he is most at home. A fisherman with the environment at heart, Michael loves to spend time fishing with his family. Catch and release and take only what you need are the two philosophies Michael wants to instil in all young anglers. From the watery depths to dusty roads Michael cut his teeth in the most spectacular of motorsports – rallying. Wins at State, National, Asia/Pacific and International level elevated him to be the first Australian to tackle a regular ride in the World Rally Championship.


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