This its the way I tie on poppers. It's fast and easy, and it won't leave a big bulky knot when you are through.
 

Lay the popper across the fall as shown

Wrap it around the fall, just like you see here.
If you want a tighter knot, wrap it around two or three times.
I personally like to wrap it three times.
This will create what is called a "blood Knot" which is very secure.

Now pull the fluffy end tight.
This picture shows it wrapped only once.

As I said it is better wrap it around about 3 times.

That's it!

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This article was published on Tuesday 08 September, 2009.
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