Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool.
The Tie-Fast is the only Knot Tying Tool that you will ever need.
The Ultimate Knot Tyer Tool.
This is an easy to use, extremely useful, very clever and deceptively simple tool that seems to be owned by many people, but appears to fly "under the radar" as far as public awareness is concerned.
There are so many fishermen who own this Knot Tool. However, they don't seem to remember or even think back to the time when they first became aware of it. People just seem to use it without thought and don't fully appreciate everything this Tool really does for them or is capable of doing.
It's kind of like learning how to drive a car with a stick shift. At first it might be a bit herky-jerky when you are attempting to perform every step that is involved. However, once you've learn how to do it, it really does become second nature to you. If someone were to ask you to describe the entire process to do them, you would be hard pressed to explain it
This Knot Tool may be the greatest aid for fishermen since monofilament fishing line was invented. It enables fishermen to any tie any size of braid (braided fishing line), fluorocarbon or mono fishing line to any size lure or hook in merely seconds.
The Gryp-Knot is what it this knot tying tool is the best known for. It is impossible for it to come untied for the very simple reason that the end that is untied is gripped by each of the knot's turns. The knot doesn't slip even when you are making a hair loop (on carp hair rig) because the tag end goes underneath all the wraps.
- It is a one piece construction made of stainless steel, all rust proof.
- The Nail Knot, for fly fishers, is used for attaching the butt section or leader onto the fly line.
- The Nail Knot is used by carp anglers to tie Braid or Mono to Lead Core.
- Non-Reflective Finish
- A Handy Reference Card is included
Then there is the Splice Knot (just two nail knots opposed and joined in bloodknot style) that are used in joining the tapered leader's butt end end with the butt section.
The Splice Knot can be used to join superbraids (fishing braid) to Fluorocarbon. What works the best is the double Nail Knot.
First the superline is tied to the fluorocarbon using the Nail Knot. Next, the fluorocarbon is tied to the superline with an additional Nail Knot. Then lubricate and tighten these two knots together. Once you've done that, trim the ends off and add a drop or so of Rig Glue. Heavy fluorocarbon (above 30lb) works the best with the Magnum Knot Tyer.
The Basic Gryp-Knot can be used for tying shank and snell knots, for egg loops as a basic lure and end tie, and for joining hook eye to tippet.
The Gryp-Knot is really the ideal knot to use for all different kinds of line, including fishing braid (braided fishing line), due to the fact that it is impossible for the Gryp-Knot to become untied because the end that is untied is gripped by every turn of the knot.
It probably took longer for you to read the above paragraph than it would take you to tie a knot with this tool. It really is that easy.
Just think about the next time you are fishing during the middle of winter. Having to tie a knot in these conditions is about the last thing you're going to want to have to do. Instead this tool can be used to tie knots easily and without any hassle. You won't freeze your hands off and you'll be able to spend more of your time fishing instead of tying knots all the time.
It's a fantastic tool. This tools is a must-have for anyone that has "old hands" (if you have arthritis or tremor conditions or maybe have fumble fingers).
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.
Tip for the Gryp-Knot: pass the line twice through the Eye to get extra breaking strength.
The knot will not fail. The line might break close to the knot, however the knot will be on the swivel or lure/hook still..
When you fish for large fish and saltwater species, like when fishing for Tarpon, the Tie-Fast Knot Tyer will make sure that you get the job done right!
The Best Tip: Your knots should always be lubricated well (use your spit) before they are tightened.
Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool Sizes.
Standard Tie Fast:
works well for mono that has a diameter up to 0.44mm (-+ 30lb test).
Magnum Tie Fast Knot Tyer:can be used for heavier lines and big game lines when the diameter is over 0.44mm (30lb to 400lb test).
Instructions on using the Tie-Fast
Watch this short movie that demonstrates how fast and easy it is to tie different knots
using only the Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool and your prefered hooks, lines or lures.
You can buy your own Tie-Fast Knot Tying Tool at this online web-site.