repack a throw bag so that it pays out the line without snagging/tangling?
socks and shoes
first part in is the last part out
last part in is the first part out
Try this method…
If you are right handed...........
This probably sounds over complicated but isn't; hold the top lip of the bag with your left pinky, ring, and middle finger. Use your left index finger & thumb to spread the top of the bag open as wide as possible.
With the rope laying on top of your right shoulder;
use your right hand to pull, and then stuff the rope back into the bag. Pull/stuff, pull/stuff till you're finished.
The rope is less likely to get tangled using this method than restuffing the rope into the bag using nice, neat little coils. Especially with a stiff rope.
I believe the idea is a result of the reasoning behind "stacking" a climbing rope. A climbing rope that is "stacked" (loosely piled on top of itself) will play out easier & be less likely to tangle than if nice, neat coils of rope are stacked on top of each other.
That's what I was taught in swiftwater rescue & cave rescue training.
Whatever works for you, and the person needing the thrown bag is the "best" method.
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