Knots - A

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Johnny Rocket
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Knots - A

Post by Johnny Rocket » Fri May 03, 2019 8:02 am

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  • Adjustable Bend Knot:
    • This knot can be shortened or lengthened as needed with ease.
  • Adjustable Grip Hitch Knot:
    • This type of hitch knot can be slid up or down a slack rope with little effort.
  • Albright Special Knot:
    • Generally used in fishing it is a knot used to join two lines of differing diameters together, to form a single line that is capable of passing through the eyelets of a fishing rod.
  • Alternate Ring Hitching Knot:
    • This type of hitch knot is used to protect a metal ring from damage, by providing a protective covering of rope to the ring.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Kackling Ring Hitching Knot
        • Keckling Ring Hitching Knot
  • Alpine Butterfly Bend Knot:
    • A method of joining the two ropes together.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Butterfly Bend Knot
        • Strait Bend Knot
  • Alpine Butterfly Loop Knot:
    • Is a knot used to form a fixed loop in the middle of a rope.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Lineman's Loop Knot
        • Lineman's Rider Knot
  • Anchor Bend Knot:
    • This knot is a basic termination knot, used to attach a rope to an anchor, ring or any number of other items.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Fisherman's Bend Knot
        • Fisherman's Hitch Knot
  • Angler's Loop Knot:
    • A common fishing, knot which forms a fixed loop in a line. This particular knot is one of a very few knots that performs equally well when tied in a bungee cord.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Perfection Loop Knot
  • Arbor knot:
    • A type of knot used to attach fishing line to the "arbor" or spool of a fishing reel.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Canadian Jam Knot
  • Artillery Hitch Knot:
    • Is a knot with a loop on the bight (Slack "U" formed in a rope) that is not intended to be used as a critical knot where its failure could cause significant loss.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Artillery Loop Knot
        • Harness Hitch Knot
        • Harness Loop Knot
        • Manharness Hitch Knot
        • Manharness Loop Knot
  • Artillery Loop Knot:
    • Is a knot with a loop on the bight (Slack "U" formed in a rope) that is not intended to be used as a critical knot where its failure could cause significant loss.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Artillery Hitch Knot
        • Harness Hitch Knot
        • Harness Loop Knot
        • Manharness Hitch Knot
        • Manharness Loop Knot
  • Ashley's Bend Knot:
    • This knot is used to securely join the ends of two ropes together.
  • Ashley's stopper knot:
    • This is a "trefoil-faced knot" (three lobes or clover shaped), used to form a stopper at the end of the rope.
      • Alternate Names:
        • Oysterman's Stopper Knot
  • Axle Hitch Knot:
    • A type of hitch knot that is used in hard to reach places.

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