The Non-Slip Mono Loop is also known as the “Kreh Loop” as it has been popularized by fishing legend Lefty Kreh. As its name suggests it forms a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line. The loop connection to a fly or a lure can give the fly or lure more natural action. Some fishermen find the Kreh Loop easier to tie than the similar Rapala Knot and equally reliable.

Step 1: 1 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 2: 2 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 3: 3 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 4: 4 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 5: 5 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 6: 6 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 7: 7 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 8: 8 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 9: 9 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.

Step 10: 10 Tie a loose overhand knot and run the line through the hook eye, then back through the overhand knot. Wrap the tag end around the standing end about five times and back through the overhand knot. Lubricate, tighten, and trim the tag end.