Don’t you love doing a little spring cleaning?
It may not be fun to start, but when you look at that shiny (roll with it) garage at the end of it, man, it sure feels good.
But when you’re working your way through your outdoor gear, you may find some fishing line. How do you know when to get rid of it?
It’s simple: If the line is more than a year old, toss it out. Our weather ruins line that’s been sitting for a while.
And since you were so good and did some cleaning, why not go buy yourself a gift? Instead of your normal line, I recommend some 10-pound braided line with a fluorocarbon leader to replace what you threw in the trash.
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