How to Tie a Double Fisherman's Rope Knot
This knot securely ties two ropes together or can be used to fasten the ends of a rope or cord to make a loop. Rarely used in fishing, the Double Fisherman’s is a good knot for tying two ropes together. It is essentially two knots that slide together when tightened to form the finished knot. Tying just one side of the knot is also used by mountain climbers to tie a “backup” knot with the tag (free) end of the primary knot. When tied in short lengths of rope, kayakers and canoeists use the knot to secure rope “grab handles” to their boats.
Step-by-Step Instructions to Tie the Double Fisherman's Rope Knot
Lay the ends of two lines parallel to each other.
Coil the free end of one rope twice around the
Repeat with second rope in opposite direction . Pull
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