Einleitung

When fishing, it is very easy for a bigger catch to over power the fisher and break their line. This guide serves to show how one can restring a fishing line after it has been snapped. The only special requirement this guide needs is that the spool must still be intact and functioning correctly.

Werkzeuge

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  1. Thread fishing line through all eyelets on the fishing pole.
    • Thread fishing line through all eyelets on the fishing pole.

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  2. At the top of the allotted seven to ten feet, thread the line through one hook of the bobber by depressing the opposite side of the bobber so that the hook is exposed.
    • At the top of the allotted seven to ten feet, thread the line through one hook of the bobber by depressing the opposite side of the bobber so that the hook is exposed.

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    • Repeat step two for the opposite end of the bobber, threading the line through the second hook.

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    • About one to two feet before the end of the line, thread a weight onto the line.

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    • Tie a knot around the weight's eyelet. (No specific knot needed, it just needs to stay in place.)

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    • At the very end of the line, thread the line through the eyelet of the lure about 6 inches.

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    • Twist the line around itself approximately five to six times.

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    • Thread the remaining line through the hole created by the previous step near the lure eyelet.

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    • Pull the knot tight.

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Abschluss

After step 9 you are ready to fish.

Trevone Martin

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This is Joe from Durban Deep Sea Fishing Charters. This is a short and concise but very helpful guide to replace a fishing line. I will be sure to share this with my clients. Thanks guys

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