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How To Tie A Grass Knot

A grass knot is comprised of two overhand knots. It’s a beginner-friendly knot that is commonly used in climbing to join two ends of webbing. Other uses include making a sling, building hammocks, and rescue operations. Given it’s usefulness and versatility, it’s a knot everyone should have in their skill set. It’s also known as …

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How To Tie The Running Bowline Knot

The Running Bowline knot is popular among boaters, climbers, campers, and arborists. It’s a strong knot and forms a slip-knot with a loop that can be secured around anything and then easily undone when finished, saving the length of rope. While several other types of slip-knots exist, this knot has many advantages, including that it …

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The 10+ Best Fishing Knots for Every Situation

Among the many essential skills that go into successfully catching a fish, one reigns supreme – correctly tying the right type of knot. Although countless knots can be used for fishing, there are just a handful every angler should know, whether you’re a true beginner or a seasoned vet. Because tying a proper knot is …

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How to Tie the Trilene Knot

The trilene knot is a multi-purpose fishing knot best known for its strength and reliability. This powerful knot can be used to tie fluorocarbon and monofilament line to hooks, snaps, and swivels. It’s perhaps the most famous fishing knot to connect line to lures. Although it’s not a so-called “100%” knot, the trilene knot does …

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How to Tie the Haywire Twist

I don’t personally use the haywire twist for fishing often. But, if you frequently go after very big saltwater fish, including sharks, then it’s certainly a very important fishing knot to know how to tie. The haywire twist is specifically designed for use with wire leaders like those typically used when saltwater fishing for bluefish, …

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How to Tie the Highwayman’s Hitch

Perhaps my favorite hitch for quick tasks, the highwayman’s hitch is a quick-release knot that is as fun to release as it is to tie. Not only that, but tying the hitch is remarkably easy for how complex the finished knot looks. It takes just three bights to create the sturdy finished product. The highwayman’s …

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How to Tie the Carrick Bend

The Carrick bend is an extremely popular maritime knot that goes by many different names. Although Carrick bend is the most common, you’ll sometimes hear this knot referred to as the “Josephine Knot” or “Sailor’s Breastplate.” The Carrick bend is most commonly used for joining two lengths of heavy rope (of differing or similar sizes) …

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