Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool.
This is a really clever and simple fishing tool that many fishermen seem to own, but it is not really well-known in the public and very often it gets completely missed.
A lot of fishermen own this little Knot Tyer Tool but not that many really think about it. They don't even remember when they first used it. They have become so use to only using it for its basic features that few of them fully appreciate all the functionality that this tool offers.
It's not much different than learning how to drive a stick shift. It can seem really awkward at first, as you are trying to follow all the steps involved. However, as soon as you learn, it will be so second nature that if someone asks you to describe the process, you may find it hard to explain it step by step.
The Tie-Fast is really the best tool created for fishermen since the invention of the monofilament fishing line. This tool enables any fisherman to tie a fluorocarbon, mono or braided fishing line line of any size to any size lure or hook in practically no time at all.
This Tool is best known among Fisherman for the Gryp-Knot, that will not come untied because the loose end is gripped by all the twists of the knot. This knot won't slip even if you form a hair loop (on a carp hair rig), because you have the tag end going under all the wraps.
- The one piece stainless steel construction is totally rust proof.
- For fly fishermen, the Nail Knot is used in order to attach the leader or butt section to the fly line.
- People angling for carp use the Nail Knot to tie Braid or Mono directly on to Lead Core!
- Finish is non-reflective
- A Handy Reference Card is included
1 - Utilize the Splice Knot to connect Fluorocarbon to superbraids, which are fishing braids. The double Nail Knot gives you the best results. First, tie the superline to the fluorocarbon using a Nail Knot. After that, with another Nail Knot, tie the fluorocarbon to the superline. Next, lubricate the knots and tighten them together, trim off the ends and add a drop of glue made especially for rigs. The Magnum Knot Tyer has the best results with heavy fluorocarbon, above 30lb.
2 - The Splice Knot (actually two, nail knots opposite of each other joined together in a "bloodknot" style) is used to connect the butt end of a leader to the butt section.
3 - Use the Basic Gryp-Knot for egg loops, to connect the tippet to the hook eye, like a basic end and lure tie, and to tie snell and shank knots. The Gryp-Knot is really the perfect knot for any type of line. That includes braided fishing line (fishing braid) because the Gryp-Knot cannot come untied. The untied end is gripped by all the twists and turns of the knot.
Reading that paragraph probably just took you longer than it takes to tie knots using this tool. It's really that easy!!!
Think about it. Next time you are fishing in the dead of winter, you would not want to tie a knot. By using this Knot Tying Tool, you can simply tie knots without any problems. Your hands will not freeze, and you don't have to spend so much time tying knots rather than fishing.
What a wonderful tool. For people with "old hands", like if you have a bad case of fumble fingers, arthritis, or suffer from a tumor, this Tool is really something that you must have!
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Knots you can tie:
- Nail Knots
- Needle Nail Knots
- Nail Knot Splice (Blood Knot – Barrel Knot)
- Snell Knots (Shank Tie)
- Uni Knots
Utilize the Gryp-Knot for your lures. These work great on cranks.
Tip for the Gryp-Knot:
If you want extra breaking strength, then pass the line through the eye two times!
This knot won't fall apart - your line might break near the knot, but the knot itself will still be secure on the swivel or hook/lure.
When you fish for large fish and saltwater species, like when fishing for Tarpon, the Knot Tyer will make sure that you get the job done right!
The Best Tip: Before you tighten the knows, always lubricate them well with your spit!
Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool Sizes.
Standard Tie Fast:
is appropriate for mono that has a diameter 0.44mm (+- 30lb test) and below.
Magnum Tie Fast Knot Tyer:
for heavier lines meant for big game with a diameter more that 0.44mm (between 30lb up to 400lb test).
How to use the Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool
This movie will show you just how easy it is to make a load of knots
with the Knot Tying Tool faster than ever before.
Tie-Fast Tools are for sale at this site.
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