- Halter Hitch
- Clove Hitch
- Sheet Bend
- Figure Eight
- Taut-Line Hitch
- Blood Knot
- Rolling Hitch
- Prusik Knot
- Carrick Bend
Can you tie a survival knot? If by the rare chance you haven’t learned one yet, not a problem.
Tying a sturdy knot can mean the difference between surviving and knot surviving.
There are many different kinds of knots for different kinds of scenarios. From doomsday situations to fishing for dinner.
Preppers Guide To Survival Knots And How To Tie Them
Here are the top ten survival knots and their uses.
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1. Halter Hitch
Here’s how to tie a halter hitch.
2. Clove Hitch
3. Bowline Hitch Knot
Known as the most useful knot in the world.
4. Sheet Bend
This is one of the more odd knots. The sheet bend is used for when you need to tie different variations of material together to create different thicknesses. This knot does a good job.
5. Figure Eight Knot
6. Taut-Line Hitch
7. Blood Knot
This knot is mostly used for fishing.
It’s primarily used to secure two fishing lines together.
8. Rolling Hitch
9. Prusik Knot
This is used to create a loop. When you need an ascender or a descender, this is the knot to use.
10. Carrick Bend
Did this survival knots guide help you? Knowing how to tie a few of the knots that you’ll use the most makes a big difference in everyday life.
Can you tie all of these survival knots? Let us know which ones you use the most in the comments.