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Submitted by: Spott
be careful, this knot is hard to tighten or keep tight.
Submitted by: bob napkin
I disagree with Spott
Submitted by: Leroy Jackson
I agree with napkin
Submitted by: Clieo Leonardo
I disagree with Jackson and agree with Spott!
Submitted by: Amy
This is a good knot. It stays tight very easily. I don't think that spott is right.
Submitted by: Ed-Joe-Billy-Bob-Mike
All you must do to keep this knot tight is use a half roll of duck tape on it. With duck tape who need knots.
Submitted by: Andrew
Unfortunately, duct tape cannot replace most of the useful knots.
If you pull a bight through instead of the end you have the Slipped Round Hitch
Submitted by: everett
why not just use a clove hitch?
Submitted by: Amir
I feel that this is an interesting knot to have in your repetroire, but functionally a clove hitch would do much better
Submitted by: domz
y not jus stalpe it on
Submitted by: Johann
The German name is: Webleinstek
A good knot to fix the line of the fender on the reeling
Submitted by: Scott aka Knotsman
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THis may not be a very good hitch for tying up your boat. The motion and change of pulling direction and tension may cause it to work itself loose. Thus making for a very nasty situation in deed.
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