A pic would be so much easier, but here goes. In an earlier,
you say simply
"replace the Poacher's Noose (where the knot is a Strangle) with the Anchor Bend.
I'm sure that seems simple in your mind, but really it's not precise at all.
?! --because you don't know the poacher's (strangle) noose
W/o checking what I said, I'll go from here:
replace the >>>knot<<< used in the PH (i.e., the strangle knot
with the anchor bend
(so, go from a "strangle noose" to "anchor-bend noose").
Another way : picture the line coming from left to tie
an anchor bend
around a vertical, thin pole, oriented
so the knot's tail points upwards (along the pole);
now take the SPart of this *knot* and turn it anti-clockwise
so that it ... becomes
(turns into) the pole (!) --which
pole magically transforms into identical cordage ;
with this turn & transformation we formed our noose,
the knot is what seals it, but is the anchor bend
the strangle knot
We might note that the strangle knot
is not well oriented
for a circular binding noose, but more for a tight U-shaped
noose, with noose-SPart going down (say) and the upwards
return parallel to it then strangled; no, the a.b.
the more perpendicular
connection of line back to itself,
as will come with relatively larger-diameter objects being hitched
so, the line hitches to itself
That should do it.
I'm having a hard time making out your picture.
Needs more words!