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Old 05-02-2013   #71
Thronton, Colorado
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Originally Posted by Riverology View Post
the MF death was a bowline with large enough coils to slip an arm or leg through. This was one of the reasons it was difficult to get to while the boat was wrapped. I like the idea of having my bow/stern line removable with a carabiner in difficult waters, effectively eliminating this issue. Using smaller coils is another solution.
I do mine with carabiners, and I daisy chain them so they are nice and tight. My longer bow lines are in bags, and they too are attached with a carabiner.

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