How to Tie a One-Handed Bowline Knot
The bowline is one of the most useful knots you can know. Simple to tie, and easy to undo, the beauty of the bowline is that it creates a quick loop secured by a knot that tightens when under load. Sailors use the bowline to fasten halyards and other rigging which require a super-secure connection. […]
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The Double Uni Knot AKA the Uni to Uni Knot
You may be wondering how one attaches their leader to the mainline without using hardware such as a swivel? There are many knots that can achieve your desired results but the best in our opinion is the double uni knot. The double uni knot is strong and perfect for both saltwater and freshwater applications, it can also
Useful knots for bush travellers
We always carry some rope with us and it's handy to know a few knots, so you can use the rope to maximum effect, Allan Whiting from Outback Travel Australia reports. The Truckies' Hitch and the Bowline are very handy.