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Submitted by: Chris C.
Double up the loops for even more holding power (just don't expect to untie it once a load has been set) - often used for climbing.
Submitted by: Fernando
In Spanish: "Nudo de Pescador"
Submitted by: Martin B.
Place a figure 8 knot between the two fisherman's knots and you have a bombproof knot. Commonly used in climbing to join two ropes together. Can join ropes of unequal diameters.
Submitted by: Joca
in portuguese: " nˇ de pescador"
Submitted by: Shay Tzinder
Submitted by: Chris R.
I'm a star scout and if you have one long rope and short rope, just pull them apart and they come out easily.
Submitted by: Andrew
This knot is only for ropes of the same thickness.
Submitted by: Andrew
I didn't think that it was that difficult to untie, but that was me, and there are a lot of stupid people out there.
Submitted by: Jan Welde
It claims to be called "Fiskerknute" in Norwegian.
I do disagree, as "knute" is a very negative term when it comes to knotting.
The correct term in Norwegian should be:
Submitted by: Ching Mun
Other names for this knots are Angler's knot, English knot, Englishman's bend, Halibut knot, True Lover's bend, Waterman's knot
Submitted by: Claudio Guidi Colombi
In italian "Nodo inglese" (English knot).
Best with a double simple knot each side.
Submitted by: Ryan B.
It would depend on the load you have applied to the knot. I have seen fishermen knots that looked like they fused themselves to the rope. I have only seen this during belay and testing seminars. Normally you can roll the knot in between your hands to get this type of knot to loosen up. You shouldn't have much trouble trying to untie this knot if the load is not too significant.
Submitted by: Peter Mc Elhone ( ireland )
I find the double fishing knot is a very stong and easy learnt knot. i was fishing today for example. and caught a 9 pond trout with this knot. and it held the load perfect
Submitted by: lucy
what type of know is it?
Submitted by: Adam Rider
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Submitted by: sarah
In Belgium the say vissersknoop
we use them for in the prussik
Submitted by: hi
they are werd
Submitted by: Dan Lehman
This knot is much used by commercial fisherman, in cordage of such
size and taking such loads that Andrew's lack of stupidity will
not make much difference re untying it!
The knot is quite efficient in terms of material, and it well
resists abrasion in how it presents paired parts to surfaces.
Also, the ends emerge along the loaded parts which not only puts
them away from snagging by makes for easy securing by
either tucking through the rope's lay (if soft or mod.firmly
or by taping or securing in some other means.
Stiff ropes might benefit more by a Double Fisherman's Knot.
Submitted by: rasika
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