2 edition of blood knot found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6056.U4 B4 1964, PR9369.3.F8 B4 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||64025778|
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Knots to join line are good for retying broken lines and to join a leader to the end of the line. BLOOD KNOT –This knot requires five turns of line, with each tag end around the overlapped standing end of line. This is easy to do by making one series of turns and tucking the tag end between the two lines and then repeating with the second line. Feb 18, · Erotic Vampire Book of the Year, The Romance Reviews, CAPA Nomination, Best Paranormal Book of the Year, The Romance Studio, 5 Stars - Not only do you get to read a brilliantly written story, but a novel full of different elements that add hard-edged curves, unbelievable circumstances, and overwhelming odds/5(8).
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Uses: The Blood Knot is a favorite knot for fly fisherman. It is primarily used to join two lines of similar size, e.g., when joining sections of leader or tippet, and is one of the best knots for this purpose. Pulling the Knot Tight: When lubricated and pulled tight, the Blood Knot changes its structure.
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—Kirkus Reviews (starred review). Blood Knots is a brilliant and dramatic memoir of an angler’s life. It places Jennings in the front rank of natural history writers.
As a child in the s, he was fascinated by the rivers and lakes around his home. Beneath their surfaces waited alien and mysterious worlds. A series of blood knots can be tied in ever decreasing pound strength of leader material, joining segments of 24 inches or so to create a tapered leader for fly fishing.
As an aside, we are often asked why it is called a "Blood Knot" and with a little research can report the following. He subsequently became best known for his groundbreaking and celebrated series of mysteries featuring a nomadic fly fisherman: The Nail Knot, The Blood Knot, The Clinch Knot, and The Wind Knot.
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Fugard has frequently collaborated in his productions with black playwrights and actors, like John Kani and Winston Ntsona, with whom he produced the highly acclaimed and frequently.Description: Blood Knots is a brilliant and dramatic memoir of an angler’s life.
It places Jennings in the front rank of natural history writers. As a child in the s, he was fascinated by the rivers and lakes around his home.