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Old 02-25-2011, 10:50 PM
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Default Re: Storing fly line?

Oh so no-no-no.

One takes a new bottle of single malt, strips cap, pulls cork and pours a large 'wee dram' IN TO A PROPER GLASS.

NO ice .. P-A-leeese!!

Cork goes back in, but will/may be back out in a few minutes? 'Things may not go as 'Planed.' But that's life? Right?
Shxt Happens?

Follow me here on this one. This is where you take a large sip .. just testing the contents, mind you, just testing the contents. This is "Critical Path" stuff here.

Moving on ... gently wrap the line around the lower half of the bottle, pull off and .... Secure with pipe cleaners and tuck away into a zip log bag that's been properly pre-marked for content.

Darn it Man! You made the loops too tight .. but not to worry.. there is Salvation! (Sort of) ADAPT TO ADVERSITY!

Gently pull the line off the bottom of the bottle, pull out the cork and 'refresh' beverage.

Retry, but this does take some practice. You may have to repeat the process a couple, or three times, before you get to the second line.

But .. "Practz deos mak perrfoct." so I'm tolod.

U wil Know u hab 'suckess,' or nto, .... refrsehen beverxo,ge adn tyri tyi agn ....
:>)

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