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Old 01-07-2009, 03:02 PM
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Default Re: Sink tip lines

Jimmie: That is how I use sink tips. Started using sink tips while in Alaska fishing on some very fast water. I would buy the heaviest full sinking line, cut sections of approx 6-10 ft, use tying tread to make small loops in the ends and then coat with Pliobond. Still use that same method today primarily when I fish lakes, I guess primarily because its cheap. I use my normal floating line and just attached the loop when I want to go deeper.

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