How Do I Tie A Saddle Hunting Prusik Knot?

October 16, 2019

Tree Saddle Prusik Knot 101By Team Trophyline ®

1. Use the prusik cord supplied to form into a loop and pass the prusik cord around your Tree Tether rope or Lineman’s rope.

2. Pass the cord around the rope three times inside the loop. Make sure they lie neatly beside each other and pull the knot tight.

3. Clip carabiner through the loop.

4. You will be able to slide the prusik up or down the rope now. Pulling tight on your carabiner down tightens the cord around your rope and locks it in. Push some cord in from the center of the knot to loosen it.

 

Video by Trophyline ® Influencer - Nick Williams 



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