Originally Posted by chechem
Monofilament on the bank is a peeve.
Needs to be a good way to dispose of it; seems to crawl out of a pocket, so I always end up wondering if it was thrown down or dropped by accident.
It turns up everywhere, you have to wind it up into a tight package and tie it together with its self. If you think of it, place a few wire bread bag ties in a pocket or fly wallet to bind mono with. It will stay in a pocket if it's bound up tight & small.
If I have any waste when changing a leader I use my nippers and cut it into pieces of about 6". I don't worry about them, they are almost invisible and no animal can get tangled in just a short piece. I pick up big wads of it when I find them and carry them back to the boat and eventually to a proper disposal.