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Old 09-15-2011, 10:50 AM
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Gator,

I don't slide my line around a tree when I stretch it. I just tie a loose knot near the end and walk back till I reach the end of the running line. Then the line never touches the ground either when stretching or winding it back on. The last couple feet can be stretched by hand.

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That guy is like a combination of Brick Top from Snatch and Mick Dundee from Crocodile Dundee
Ha! This made me laugh out loud! Great video, too. All he is missing is a pipe...
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