The Non-Slip Mono Loop is also known as the “Kreh Loop” as it has been popularized by fishing legend Lefty Kreh. As its name suggests it forms a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line. The loop connection to a fly or a lure can give the fly or lure more natural action. Some fishermen find the Kreh Loop easier to tie than the similar Rapala Knot and equally reliable.
Let’s begin a 3D drawing!
If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle.
When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly.
Preparatory position: sitting, straight back, shoulder blades are strained together, we rest hands against handles, then we pull them up, we strain deltas, and then we come back into the preparatory position.
This hitch is used for attaching a rope to objects such as rings, rods, railings, posts, etc. It gained its popularity among sailors as a simple and effective knot for securing buntlines to the foot of square ships. This knot is not afraid of shaking, and tightens more with every jerk. It tends to jam and, after using it for a long time, can be difficult to untie. Good for setting up a tent.
Preparatory position: feet shoulder-width apart, straight back, we hold dumbbells palms facing the floor, elbows bent at an angle of 90 degrees, then we raise the dumbbells up, and we move them towards one another over the head a little, and then we return into the preparatory position.
The Clove Hitch is a basic multipurpose knot. It is easy to tie and untie, but should be used with caution, as it releases easily when only the standing part is loaded. It is also one of the four basic maritime knots.
A classic combination of basil, mozzarella and tomato sauce resembles the colors of the Italian flag. This pizza was served to Queen Margherita of Italy during her visit to Naples, and that’s how the pizza got its beautiful name. The Margherita may have too few toppings for some, but others enjoy this light pizza with its mild, unadorned flavor.
Very strong bend consisting of 2 overhand knots. Ashley’s Bend doesn’t slip even when heavily loaded, but tends to jam and can be very difficult to untie. The knot is very reliable and is extensively used in mountaineering and other extreme situations.
The Orvis Knot, the result of a contest put on by Orvis a number of years ago which was won with this knot by a man by the name of Larry Becker, is a remarkably strong and easy to tie knot. It is not a widely popular knot but independent tests show that it is one of the strongest tight-to-the-eye connections around. It works well with a wide range of tippet material diameters.
Straight arms, grasp the parallel bars, don’t curve your arms too much; Regular grip — palms facing your body; Slowly, when inhaling, we make a dip down. Depth of lowering shall be about 90 degrees bent arms;Hold your body and head straight and don't bend forward.When doing the exercise it is necessary to move elbows to the sides, bend your legs and bend your body forward.
It is also a very compact knot making it a nice knot for small flies and various tests rate it between 85 to 100 percent of line strength, with 90% probably a safe assumption. The Davy Knot should be in every fly fisher's arsenal of knots!
The Blue Lagoon cocktail is an offspring of the 60’s: brash like those times. It reveals its nature to everyone who is not afraid of sinking into the bright blue deep toward the tart sweet and sour taste.
Let’s begin a 3D drawing! If you don't have any previous experience with this kind of picture, we suggest you start with the simplest drawings, for example, a circle. When learning to draw in 3D, it’s best to use simple pencils with different grades of lead. If you can, acquire a special kit. Soft lead pencils make a darker and thicker line; hard lead pencils a thinner and lighter line. In addition, when drawing in 3D you must sometimes bear down harder and sometimes more lightly
Preparatory position: Stand up under a barbell, feet on width of shoulders. Put a barbell grip on your back, so that it conveniently lies on back muscles, but not on your neck. You can put a towel under the barbell if it isn't comfortable. Take the barbell with the wide grip, remove a barbell from a rack. Step your left foot forward and your right foot—back so that they stand at a step distance from one another. The right heel is raised, the body is straight, bring plate bones together, abdominal muscles are strained. Keeping balance, execute knee-bend. The right knee shouldn't go beyond the line of the right feet toes. Return to the starting position. Don't round your back, otherwise you endanger your backbone.