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Old 08-24-2012, 08:24 PM
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Default Re: How do you repair Male Ferrule Scratches?

Diver Dan and Riptide nailed it. If your male ferrules are scratched, consider them a badge of honor, I know of no way to get rid of them. Take some compressed air and blow out the female end to get any remaining grit out. Furniture polish to clean them in the off season.

I'm new to the two handed game and can see that I'll need to wax the ferrules. Man does that rod have some crazy movement when casting.
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