Knots: How to Tie the Highwayman's Hitch
The quick-release highwayman's hitch seems perfectly devised for the (sometimes guilty) pleasures of summer. It's just right for tying a johnboat off to an overhanging branch. And this get-gone-quick hitch is the go-to knot for when you sneak a canoe into the city lake at night (we'd never condone this) for some late bass action (we've heard only "rumors" of big fish) and just might need to boogie out of there fast. Learn to tie it now before the bass start biting.
Hitches: Hammock Hitch
This hitch has been used for hundreds of years for hanging hammock beds on warships or other vessels. The hammock hitch is very secure when loaded, easy to untie and very effective in situations when the direction of the pull varies. For additional security pull the knot tight before seizing.
The Only Knot You Need to Know.
The Only Knot You Need to Know. : If you only learn one knot make it the marlin spike hitch. It's simple to tie and leads you right into 4 other great knots. It's much more useful than the common overhand knot which is the same knot you tie your shoe with. If you don't want to tie a…
Knots for Tying Your Horse CavvySavvy.com - We Know Working Horses
When tying my horses, there are two general knots I use: one for a horizontal bar or tie rail, and another for a vertical bar or in a ring. Neither pulls loose if a horse sets back on it, which I personally prefer, because I don’t want my horses to know that they can get …