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Fishing line

Discussions pertaining to tackle and equipment including: features, proper use, maintenance, etc.

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Fishing line

Postby mrrat » Tue Jun 13, 2006 11:20 pm

I've always put new fishing line on my reels every year. Just wondering if it's really necessary with the new line thats out today. I mainly bass fish using 8 lb line.
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Postby askipper3 » Fri Jun 16, 2006 2:19 pm

Im' sure it never hurts to change your line. I change mine much more often, it's handy to have a extra spool already made up with a different class of line just in case. i grouper and snapper fish, i change my line more often because of toothy critters and snagups on reefs and wrecks. Just make sure that guides on your rods are in good condition and you sould be good for a while!! 8)
I am 15 and I have a 17 foot sea fox CC. I am a avid fisherman, and I cannot get enough of it!
But i still have much to learn, I'll take all the pointers I can get, but belive me, I can teach some of the most avid fisherman, a thing or too. :-) I specialize in grouper, snapper, snook, tarpon, spanish mackerel, kings, etc. Hit me up if u wanna go fishin!
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