One of the more difficult fly fishing knots is certainly the Bimini Twist. However, if you’re living near or planning a trip to fish Belize, Bahamas, or even South Florida. You’ll need to know how to tie this essential saltwater fly fishing knot.

Here in my home town of San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye, located just off the coast of Belize. We often target large Tarpon. In fact fishing for Tarpon is a big reason for my relocating to Ambergris Caye in the first place. Well, when pursuing Tarpon on a fly rod here in Belize you’ll more than likely have a Bimini Twist on the end of you rig. It’s been long known that a Bimini Twist will maintain tremendous tippet strength when being punished by a 100 lb jumping Tarpon when fishing here in Belize. To save you money on gear when planning your fishing trip to Belize I’ve included a link here to teach you how to tie a Bimini Twist yourself. Watch: How to tie a Bimini Twist | A Fly Fishing Video

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