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Old 06-27-2009, 09:39 AM
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Default Re: How do you identify your lines?

Steve,

The only time I mark a line is when I have one off the reel. I coil them and use bred ties to secure the coil. A piece of masking tape or similar with the line designation, DT3, etc is all I do. The lines that are on reels are dedicated to those reels and the rod that the particular reel belongs with so I don't have any problem with knowing what they are.

If you have lines that you don't know what they are send Frank Whiton a PM. Frank knows almost everything there is to know about gear. He will probably be able to tell you how to weigh the lines in order to identify them.

Ard
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