Tying your clips/snaps onto your flagpole halyard can sometimes feel tricky.
It is much simpler than it seems.
As shown on the diagram –
First, pinch your halyard between two fingers and slip the loop of halyard through the eye of the snap
Then, bring the loop over the whole snap.
Finally, draw the halyard tight around the eye of the snap.
*If you find your clips are slipping with high winds, you can try tying an overhand knot above the top clip as also shown on the diagram.
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