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Old 12-10-2000, 09:22 AM
FishHawk FishHawk is offline
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Fly Line Care

How many of you take your lines of your spools and store them on a larger spool durning the off season? I have never done this with my fresh water lines but maybe I will for the saltwater lines. With the cost of a top line approaching $100 maybe its time to think about this.
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