Clinch Knot Slips Easily. When Should It Be Used? (How To)

I no longer use the Clinch Knot to tie my hooks. It is better reserved for the bottom sinker. If the fishing line gets snagged, only the sinker is lost and not the hook with a potential fish on it.

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