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Real, remove & recycle your line.

Monofilament fishing line is by far the most dangerous kind of debris encountered by wildlife. Even when we dispose the line in trash bins it still goes to the landfill which creates the same hazards for wildlife. BKR is on a mission to make monofilament recycling easy for boaters and fishermen to properly discard their used line. 
The Blood Knot Ring’s patented technique and design allows us to use the recycled monofilament line to create our inner ring band. Each ring is then hand wound with 20lb monofilament line. #BANDTOGETHER and recycle your unwanted line.

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As humans it is our responsibility to protect and save our environment and the animals that live in it. Each year thousands of animals die from entangled fishing line and nets that are discarded improperly. Blood Knot is attempting to diminish this number by working directly with non for profits committed to cleaning our waters and educating people on proper disposal. 

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"I’ve gotten so many compliments while wearing this ring. The color on it is incredible and it’s very comfortable. It’s also nice to know that it’s helping clean the environment."

- Cody

"I’ve been waiting for a fishing line ring and here it is. I love this. I work hands on and it has held up very well. I clean in the my dish washer with the custom bloodknotring rubber band. Very cool product."

- Bob

THE STORY OF THE BLOOD KNOT

A blood knot is the union of two pieces of line tied together to make as one. The Blood Knot Ring signifies the bond we have with nature and the love we have for each other. From the Great Lakes to the Florida Coasts, Bobby, Founder BKR, saw an astonishing amount of un recycled fishing line along the shore line and found himself routinely picking it up and cleaning the waters. Being a creative thinker and a voice for sustainability he would find a way to recycle the line into something we could wear instead of filling up more landfills or harming more animals with the plastic. He is working directly with organizations to spread awareness about proper disposal of monofilament line and helping to create a more accessible way for people to dispose their line.

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Keep our waters clean & recycle your line. Looking for a place to recycle your used or unwanted fishing line? Mail us your line for free! Remember to real, remove & recycle!

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