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18-Aug-2014, 2:27 PM
Getting its name from dock workers known as stevedores, the Stevedore Stopper Knot is bulky enough to keep the end of a rope from running through block and tackle. Give it a try next time you need a good stopper knot.
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15-Aug-2014, 9:49 PM
Most all flyfishermen will readily admit that "Indicator Fishing" is productive. After all, the fish spend most of their time on the bottom of a stream or river and an indicator rig
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12-Aug-2014, 3:41 PM
There are many opportunities to use Loop to Loop connections in fishing and it is wise to do so when you can.
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08-Aug-2014, 8:51 AM
All Scouts learn to tie the Tautline Hitch. It is a wonderful knot that allows for the adjustment of length or tension on an fixed line, such as a laundry line or tent guy line. However, The Midshipman's Hitch offers a more secure knot and some other benefits. Check it out!

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