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How-To: Tying an End-Line Clove Hitch

An end-line clove hitch is a knot used for attachment to an object, such as a tree trunk or branch. It can also be used for rigging, but in this application, additional steps are needed to make the knot secure. Learn more about the end-line clove hitch knot in our latest video.

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