Double Davy Knot Tying

Step 1: 1
Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 2: 2
Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 3: 3
Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 4: 4 Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 5: 5 Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 6: 6 Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Step 7: 7 Run the line through the hook eye, around the running end, and back through the loop to make a half hitch. Continue around and through the loop a second time, then around the running end, and through the loop a third time. Tighten carefully so that the tag end is enclosed by the knot against the eye. Trim the end.

Lesson added by Sergey Burlakov