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Posted By: admin
30-Dec-2012, 1:31 PM
We just added the King Sling knot to our selection of loop knots in the fishng knot section. At last count, that makes at least seven ways of tying a loop at the end of your line we demonstrate on this site - either with a lure or as an open loop.
Posted By: admin
27-Dec-2012, 1:50 PM
One of the strangest things about the Zeppelin Knot (or Bend) is that it has inexplicably become virtually lost to the world. Although it is one of the best ways to connect two ropes, most people have never heard of it much less know how to tie it!
Posted By: admin
26-Dec-2012, 9:39 PM
Just added three more great arborist knots: The Schwabish Hitch, the Distal Hitch and the Marl. Be sure to check out these arborist favorites.
Posted By: admin
07-Dec-2012, 1:28 PM
Don't be the guy that can't tie a knot!

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