Arbor knot

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*[[Fly-Fishing]] merit badge requirement #3a
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*[[Fishing (Ranger Award elective)]] requirement #8
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* [[Fishing (Ranger Award elective)]] requirement #8.B.a.4
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* [http://www.animatedknots.com/anchor/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: Anchor Bend] - [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-anchor-bend-knot-with-a-knot-tying-animation-265436/ Wonder How To Video: Anchor Bend Knot] - [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-anchor-bend-knot-for-boating-251498/ Wonder How To Video: Anchor Bend Knot] - [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-anchor-knots-with-animated-knot-tying-help-265940/ Wonder How To Video: Anchor Knots]
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* <span class=plainlinks>[https://www.animatedknots.com/arbor-knot Animated Knots] {{•}} [https://www.wonderhowto.com/search/arbor-knot/ Wonder How To] {{•}} [https://www.youtube.com/user/expertvillage/search?query=arbor+knot ExpertVillage]</span>
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* {{Grog|The Anchor Bend is also known as the Fisherman's Bend is an excellent knot to use for attaching an anchor line to an anchor.}} The Arbor Knot also attatches the line to the fishing reel Arbor.
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* {{Grog|The Arbor Knot is used to attach the fishing line to the "Arbor" or "Spool Center". In fact the Arbor Knot is really based on a noose knot and, therefore, pulling tightens it. The same knot is used in Bushcraft under the name Canadian Jam Knot where a light rope, e.g., paracord, is being used to compress a load such as a sleeping bag or is used as the first step in creating a lashing.}}
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*{{ABOK|# 1841, p 309}}
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Revision as of 03:15, May 2, 2019

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Arbor knot
Image:Arbor knot diagram.png
Names Arbor knot, Arbor backing knot, Canadian Jam knot
Typical use To attach fishing line to the arbor of a fishing reel.
Caveat
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Category knots
Group Fishing knots
Related Honda knot
Animation of tying a Arbor knot
Animation of tying a Arbor knot


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Instructions


Lesson Videos


Notes
  • Animated Knots notes: "The Arbor Knot is used to attach the fishing line to the "Arbor" or "Spool Center". In fact the Arbor Knot is really based on a noose knot and, therefore, pulling tightens it. The same knot is used in Bushcraft under the name Canadian Jam Knot where a light rope, e.g., paracord, is being used to compress a load such as a sleeping bag or is used as the first step in creating a lashing."
  • The Ashley Book of Knots # 1114, p 204


See also


Knots by Use
Basic knots Overhand knot  •  Square knot  •  Granny knot  •  Two half-hitches  •  Taut-line hitch  •  Bowline  •  Sheet bend  •  Slip knot  •  Clove hitch  •  Timber hitch
Advanced knots Constrictor knot  •  Monkey's fist  •  Ocean plait  •  Trucker's hitch  •  Turk's head
Special knots Braiding  •  Carrick bend  •  Chain sinnet  •  Cow hitch  •  Double sheet bend  •  Sheep shank
Fishing knots Arbor knot  •  Barrel knot  •  Blood knot  •  Blood loop  •  Clinch knot  •  Fisherman's knot  •  Improved clinch knot  •  Nail knot  •  Needle knot  •  Palomar knot  •  Surgeon's loop  •  Turle knot
Sailing knots Bowline  •  Bowline on a bight  •  Cleat hitch  •  Double Bowline  •  Figure Eight  •  Marline hitch  •  Midshipman's hitch  •  Rolling hitch  •  Stevedore's knot
Climbing knots Alpine Butterfly knot  •  Bowline  •  Double fisherman's knot (Grapevine)  •  Figure eight follow-through  •  Figure eight on a bight  •  Figure eight on bend  •  Figure eight knot  •  Prusik knot  •  Safety knot  •  water knot
Forty knots Blackwall hitch  •  Bow knot  •  Bowline  •  Bowline on a bight  •  Cats Paw  •  Chain hitch (Marline hitch)  •  Clove hitch  •  Double Carrick bend (Carrick bend)  •  Double Figure Eight  •  Double Overhand  •  Double sheet bend  •  Figure Eight  •  Fisherman's Eye  •  Fisherman's Knot  •  Granny knot  •  Half hitch  •  Halyard bend  •  Hitching tie  •  Killick hitch  •  Lariat loop  •  Lark's head or (Cow hitch)  •  Marlinspike  •  Midshipman's hitch  •  Miller's knot  •  Overhand bow or (Water knot)  •  Overhand knot  •  Rolling hitch  •  Running knot (slip knot)  •  Sailor's knot  •  Sheep shank  •  Sheet bend  •  Slippery hitch  •  Square knot  •  Stevedore's knot  •  Surgeon's knot (surgeon's loop)  •  Taut-line hitch  •  Thief knot  •  Tiller's hitch  •  Timber hitch  •  Two half hitches


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