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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2010, 09:06 
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http://www.lake-link.com/store/item.cfm?ProductID=501

Anyone ever seen one before? I laughed at first, then remembered the times when my knot didn't hold. The worst was a slow day fishing and I had 2 knots come out, one blood knot, one on the hook, and I snapped a line. All in a row. One hour, 3 lines, and no fish. Of course I had a friend in the boat who was happy to kid me about that one.

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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2010, 10:12 
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thats pretty cool... ive never used a uni-knot. lol


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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2010, 10:56 
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Impressive....wonder if it really works like they show/say? Don't think I'll be taking that chance...but it still amazes me, the stuff people come up with.



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 04 Aug 2010, 07:03 
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Looks cool, let us know if you get it and it works as advertised. There is a guy at the local once per year hunting and fishing shows that has a booth. He sells a little device for $4-$5 that looks like a pen type contraption that makes it easy to do a bunch of knots. I will stop and ask him to do a uni to uni.



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 10:57 
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I may just get one to try, if i do I'll let ya know how it works. These days, the arthritis in my hands and the eyesight not what it useta be, cold water in the spring and fall, might be just the ticket fer this ol' geezer.



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 14:35 
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hossthehermit wrote:
I may just get one to try...



After I played the video, I noticed in the ordering section that they're sold out. Hopefully they'll make some more and you can give 'er a try :)



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PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 14:41 
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I'm already getting arthritis (and I'm a long way from even being 30 :?) so something tells me I'll be buying one of these in the next decade... hopefully one will come out for tying palomar knots, cause that's all I use.



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 14:51 
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Cool device. I could never get the knack of tying a blood knot so went to tying double uni-knots instead to attach leaders. Way easier than a blood knot.



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 15:38 
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Waterwings wrote:
hossthehermit wrote:
I may just get one to try...



After I played the video, I noticed in the ordering section that they're sold out. Hopefully they'll make some more and you can give 'er a try :)


http://www.amazon.com/UNI-Knot-Tying-To ... 769&sr=8-1



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 21:16 
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ordered one tonight to see what it does



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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2010, 21:30 

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And I thought my Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool was impressive?


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 Post subject: Click2Knot?
PostPosted: 25 Aug 2010, 21:26 
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Sorry to resurect a dead thread but I was wondering if anyone had a report on these things?


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