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Micro Fishing Line Winders
Micro Fishing Line Winders allow you to store rigged micro fishing
lines. Since the hooks are small and the lines are very thin, it is
easier to make up your lines at home.
Bamboo Line Winders
If you have several of the Micro Fishing Line Winders, you could rig lines of different lengths. You could also rig lines
with floats for fishing at mid depths and lines without floats and
with heavier shot for fishing on the bottom.
Because there is such a
huge variety of micro species - many of which prefer substantially
different habitats, you will not be able to use one rig for all situations.
The line winders are made of bamboo, with thin metal bars on which to affix the hook to start winding. There are slits in the ends of the long bamboo pieces which will hold the end of your line.
The winders are 6 cm long (just under 2.5 inches). Two will fit easily in the Tanago Tackle Box.
They will pay for themselves in time savings (and frustration prevention).
Bamboo Line Winders (package of two) - 3.75
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