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How easy is it to use a Tie Fast Knot Tying Tool?

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Why do you need a tool to snell a hook? Simple and easy with just hands.

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Hi - I have one of these and just some practice is all it takes. I bought a spool of cheap line at the local store to practice with.

Not hard to learn and makes great nail knots and hook snells too.

Regards - Fred

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Pretty easy,
it;s just like the start of tying you shoe, but you do it twice and alternate which end goes over which.
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The knot that will be taught is called a Pratt knot, aka the Shelby Knot. It is a simple, easy to do knot that looks good with almost any shirt and tie combination.

Step 1) Start with the tie inside out, and the wide end about a foot further down than the narrow end.
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Step 2) Cross the wide end under the narrow end.
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Step 3) Make a knot by bringing the wide end up and through the intersection of both ends.
See the picture below, it will make more sense.
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Step 4) Experiment a little to tighten and raise the knot up to your collar.

Step 5) Once the knot is raised, cross the wide end back over the narrow end and bring it up through the collar, as shown.
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Step 6) Now, take the wide end you just pulled through and bring it down through the loop, on top of the narrow end.
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Step 7) Now, tighten and adjust accordingly, and you're done!
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Prepair the new starter rope (about 5 feet of good qualty starter rope size 5.5) by burning the end and shaping into a point and tie a temp knot on the other end. Use a rag to shape the end because it will be very hot. Remove the old rope and align the hole in the spool with the hole on the starter cover and practice incerting the rope thru the guide hole on the cover into hole on the spool . This will be the final action after you wind the spool. You should be able to hold the spool and insert the rope thru both holes and tie a knot while holding the spool in a wound state. Once you have mastered incerting the rope thru both holes and tying a knot you are ready. Now begin.
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