Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool.
The Tie-Fast Knot Tool is the first, last and only tool you will ever need to make perfect knots every time.
It is a seemingly basic tool that a lot of people have lying around, but not many people understand just how useful and clever this little tool is. For the most part, the public is unaware of its effectiveness.
A lot of fishermen happen to own this tool without even knowing how or when they first became aware of it. So little thought is given to it, that this tool’s uses are not completely appreciated.
It is similar to when people first learn how to operate a stick shift. In the beginning, it is hard to conduct all of the steps fluidly, but after a while it starts to become second nature. Most people even have a hard time trying to explain the process once it becomes an automatic action to them.
This knot tyer tool happens to be one of the most useful innovations for fishermen since the creation of monofilament fishing lines. This tool gives fishermen the ability to tie various sizes of braided, flurocarbon or mono fishing line onto any lure or hook within a matter of seconds.
Most people familiar with the tool are aware of the Gryp-Knot that it can create. This knot is impossible to untie because the end that is left untied is held by each of the knot’s turns. Even if you create a hair loop, the knot will not slip at all because the loose end goes underneath each wrap.
- The tool is created using stainless steel that is completely rust-proof.
- Fly fishermen will find the Nail Knot very useful. This knot can be used to connect butt sections and leaders onto the fly line.
- Fishermen who catch carp can also use the Nail Knot to attach braid or mono lines to their lead core!
- Non-Reflective Finish
- A Handy Reference Card is included
There is also the ability to create a Splice Knot. This is actually two divergent nail knots that are connected using a bloodknot technique. The knot can be used to connect a tapered leader onto the butt section.
The Splice Knot can also be used to connect superbraids to flurocarbon, although the double nail knot is the most effective. To begin, tie the flurocarbon and the superline together using a nail knot. Then connect the flurocarbon to a second nail knot that is connected to the superline. Finally, add some lubrication and connect the knots tightly. Trim the ends up and apply a little Rig Glue. If you are using flurocarbon that is over 30 pounds, you should use the Magnum Knot Tyer.
Knots you can tie:
- Tie Needle Nail Knots.
- Tie Nail Knots
- Tie Nail Knot Splice (Barrel Knot - Blood Knot)
- Tie Uni Knot
- Tie Snell Knot (Shank Tie)
- Tie Gryp-Knots
- Use Gryp-Knot with Lures (on cranks this works great since trebles don't need to be dropped through a loop), Swivels and Hooks.
Utilize the Gryp-Knot for your lures. These work great on cranks.
It is also possible to use a simple Gryp-Knot to connect hook eyes with tippets. It can also be used as an end and lure tie, egg loop or as a way to connect shank knots and shells.
You can use the Gryp-Knot on pretty much any kind of fishing line, including the braided ones. This is because it is impossible to unravel a Gryp-Knot.
Honestly, it probably took you more time to read through that sentence that it would take to create knots using the Tie-Fast Tool. It really is that easy!
Tip for the Gryp-Knot: To add some more breaking strength, run the line through the eye two times! This knot will not break even if your line does. Your knot will remain on the lure/hook/swivel no matter what.
You can make the ends of your fly line bomb proof with this tool. This is great for when you are trying to catch big saltwater fish. This knot tyer will allow you to get everything done!
The Best Tip: Your knots should always be lubricated well (use your spit) before they are tightened.
This Knot Tyer Tool is quite wonderful. People who have unsteady hands really do need this tool! If you enjoy winter fishing, then you know that having to tie knots is not the most pleasant task. Fortunately, you can tie knots pretty easily with the Tie-Fast Knot Tying device so that you don’t have to freeze your hands or waste time tying knots when you could be fishing instead.
Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool Sizes.
Standard Tie Fast: works with mono that has a diameter of as much as 0.44 millimeter (+-30 pound test).
Magnum Tie Fast Knot Tyer: can be used for larger fish and heftier lines that are more than 0.44 millimeters in diameter (between 30 to 400 pound test).
Extra Tip: Make sure to lubricate your knots by spitting on them before you tighten them.
How to properly use the Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool
This video is aimed at teaching you exactly how to use the Tie-Fast and what knots you can actually tie with it.
Both the Standard and the Magnum Knot Tyers are available from this Web-Site.