There are many good knots, but the easiest one and the one that works for almost every fishing situation is the Improved Clinch Knot. This knot is very easy to tie and rarely fails. An improved version of this knot is the Trilene Knot. Either one works great. Both these knots will serve you well if you are just starting out fishing or are a long time angler.
Adding fish attractant can prove successful in increasing your catch. However, it is more appropriate in certain fishing situations than others. If your bottom bouncing jigs and getting soft pickups by bass, adding attractant gives the fish a reason to hold on longer and allow you to set the hook. Another time it may prove effective to add fish attractant is when fishing dense vegetation. The scent helps fish find your lure more easily and it also helps mask any human scent you may be adding every time you flip the jig into the weeds.
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