Locked Blood or Fisherman’s Knot

This knot is excellent for joining thin lines together, such as twine, braided, or nylon lines. We have illustrated a locked blood knot rather than a standard blood knot because the locked blood knot will not slip.
It’s best to wet the knot in your mouth before pulling it tight.

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