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Old 18 July 2016, 13:59   #11
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I used to tie a Butterfly Knot into the rode to clip it off short. It will hold securely, is easy to tie (once you get the hang of it), and unties easily after taking a load.

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As said above, a short piece of line permanently attached to the bow eye, with a carabiner (preferably locking) at the end to clip the loop from the butterfly knot into. The 'biner then gets tossed over so the load goes from the rode to the carabiner to the painter to the bow eye. No pressure on the tubes.


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Old 20 July 2016, 09:19   #12
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Those 530's are great zods! I have have a painter attached to the bow perminatly and clip on the anchor line via biner and keep the slack end tied inside to a lifting davit

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Old 20 July 2016, 17:37   #13
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I have always used a double sheet bend knot, works very well
This shows you how except the red would be your painter and you just make a loop in the anchor line where you need it not at the end!

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