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On my second poison ivy rope now. I just use a hitch climber and ocean polyester tied in a vt. Works for me. I find it much less tiring on my hands and wrists than my blaze, it's slightly larger size makes it easier to grip for my largish hands!

I saw the pink one on sherill trees and tortured honeys to get it in. Much more visible than the green one. (Poision hi-vy).

I'll have another next time. Make sure and use it with a cambium saver on anything sticky, sap loves stiffening it up.

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