The Spider Hitch Knot

There are many different kinds of knots with many uses, but today we are going to focus on a knot that will provide you with a double line. If you’re looking for a knot that is as durable and useful as the Bimini Twist, then you have come to the right place. The Spider Hitch knot is a much faster and simpler knot to tie and use and today we’re going to give you a quick overview on how to tie it. Ready to get started?

Let’s take this knot step by step!
 
Step 1 & 2 :

Step 2:
Take a long piece of fishing line and fold it in half. Then, make a small loop with your string. Grasp the loop you’ve made with your forefinger and your thumb. 

Step 3:
 You will want to do this 15 times if you’re using a braided fishing line. Then, pass the end of your doubled line through the loop.

Step 4:
Once you’ve done that, gently pull the doubled line off of your thumb. Take care to ensure that they unwind from your thumb slowly. Finally, wet the knot with a little saliva and pull on each of the four ends to tighten it.
 
 

Our Take:


This knot creates a durable double line that you can tie very quickly. Unlike the Burmini Twist, the Spider Hitch can be tied in the midst of activity, making it the perfect solution in a tight spot. Though it lacks some of the shock-absorption of other knots, it can save your line in a difficult situation. We hope that you’ve found this quick guide useful to you and that you have good luck with your knots on your next fishing trip!
Carla Arbuckle

Carla is a staff writer for Fishing.org and Shooting.org. She is an avid outdoors enthusiast and photographer. She can be found most weekends fishing and exploring the wilderness.