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40 Essential Knots for the Hunter, Angler, Hiker, and Camper [INFOGRAPHIC

These knots, all 40 of them, will add a lot to your knowledge rank. All outdoorsmen should know these.

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How to Tie the Perfect Knot

We know that tying a secure knot is an important survival skill. Learn how to tie a traditional square knot, a.k.a. reef knot. How-to shown here:

The Non Slip Loop Knot. Superb. The strongest loop knot you can tie. Used by big game anglers worldwide. Easy to tie, far stronger and more reliable than the old fashioned strangulating figure eight knot that can substantially weaken line.

1. Bowline; 2. Running Bowline; 3. Bowline on a BIght; 4. Square or Reef Knot; 5. Double Blackwall Hitch; 6. Fisherman's Bend; 7. Wall Knot; 8. Sheepshank; 9. Timber Hitch and Half Hitch; 10. Clove Hitch; 11. Rolling Hitch

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Handy Knot Guides

Handy Knot Guides - Here are some Printable Handy Knot Guides, so you that you'll always be able to tie the right knot for any situation!

Timber Hitch The Timber Hitch secures a rope to a cylindrical object for hauling or as a support.

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Knot of the Week: Tying a Barrel Knot for Single Line Rappelling

In one of our more recent articles on setting up an urban rappel, we went over two methods for tying... View Article

I finally found a knife wrap that I really like. Outside of the turks head knot variants, there are few techniques that I find appropriate for making paracord knife wraps. I was thrilled to find an image of a knife wrap that David Hopper made. It was a recreation of an old sword wrapping technique that Peter ... "The constrictor knot is a way of making a secure, temporary or semi-permanent binding (it’s a good temporary whipping for a rope, closing a bag, or holding a punch of poles together.)" here's my video on this knot with a no-tangle paracord skein #paracord

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How To Tie The Only Five Knots You'll Ever Need

Figure Eight Version 2 (Easy clip on) - How To Tie The Only Five Knots You'll Ever Need

These animated clips to teach you how to tie several different kinds of knots. As survival skills go, this one is solid gold.....any good horse person should know at least three knots