it reminds me of the spider hitch.
It looks similar to the San Diego Knot
Guaranteed this is NOT a 100% knot. Single pass through hook eliminates this possibility. No such thing as a 100% knot, but you only need near 100% knots when you use light line, otherwise the leader is more for abrasion resistance than anything else.
I don't think there is any Knot 100%The Palomar Knot comes close to being a 100% knot when tied properly. Be sure that when the hook or lure is passed through the loop that all parts of the knot cinch up together. Many depictions of this knot elsewhere make it look like the loop part of the knot goes up against the bottom of the eye of the hook or lure. The knot can fail if tied in that manner. An interesting knot that Berkley is recommending is their "Nano-Fil™ Knot", which is really just a trusty Palomar Knot with a double overhand knot instead of the single overhand knot. It could just as well be called a Double Palomar Knot! The Palomar is one of just two or three knots that can be used to attach terminal tackle with all of the super braids (Fireline, Power Pro, Spiderwire, etc.). The second pass on the overhand knot should make the Palomar even more secure.
This knot is so easy to tie that a cave man and even Carl can tie it in the dark.
I've been using that knot since the early 80's. I learned from the guys at the old Rod Shop on Beach Blvd. They called it the tuna knot. I mainly use it for lighter lines, like 25# or less.I know it's knot a report.. Figured this was the place to ask. Anybody know what this knot is?
Kind of look like a SD knot, but tied differently.