Line

Line

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Line Tips

Main reasons for replacing line are old age, abrasion, severe discolouration, poor knot strength, over stretching and when it becomes too low on the spool.

Check line for abrasion, cuts and nicks by running it through your fingers. If you find it hard to detect abrasion this way try feeling the line by running it through your lips.

Line should be replaced a minimum of every 18 months depending on use.

It is recommended not to attempt to make a long cast on the first cast of the day. A dry line does not cast as well as it does when wet. Make a short controlled cast, hold the rod tip under the water and retrieve the line onto the reel. The wet line will greatly help on your next cast for many technical reasons.

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