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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Winter Tackle Maintenance

Yeah, yeah, we know—you’ve seen a thousand articles on winter tackle maintenance. That’s why we’re not going to do another one right now. Instead, we’re going to clue you in to what NOT to do. Winter tackle maintenance can lead to more harm than good if you make these faux-pas, so as you get your gear into shape, make sure you don’t:

- Fill your spool with fresh monofilament, and then leave it near a window. Sunlight is the number-one enemy of mono; it degrades it and weakens the line. Leave a rod and reel where the sun beams through, and by the time you use that rig, the line could have lost 10 or 20 percent of its strength. Read the rest of Winter Tackle Maintenance at Earth Sports.


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