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Posted By: admin
24-Apr-2013, 2:11 PM
Whipping the ends of rope help to prevent them from unravelling. The Common Whipping is an easy technique that works well for most situations.
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23-Apr-2013, 12:00 PM
The Transom Knot is used to fix together crossed pieces of rigid material and has a wide range of camping and outdoor uses, for example, to fasten tent poles or branches together. Click the knot name to go to its page.
Posted By: admin
22-Apr-2013, 11:33 AM
Another new knot added - The Riffle Hitch or Riffling Hitch which is a knot that helps the fly to skim across the surface of a river or stream to attract fish feeding near the surface. It is usually employed by salmon and steelhead fishermen, however
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19-Apr-2013, 4:27 PM
We just received a very limited supply of Knot Cards full of knots that are preferred by arborists and tree workers. Lots of Hitches!
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08-Apr-2013, 4:27 PM
Netknots.com proprietor John Sherry was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune on "How to untie a knot". This is the opposite of the usual question asked!

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