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April 09, 2008

Unspool Your Reel With a Drill

To remove old fishing line from your spool in a hurry, use a drill. Simply tie the line to the bit, then pull the trigger. The line comes tearing off the spool in seconds. Afterwards, remove the bit, and the bundle of line will come right off.
Tyler Anderson, Jenison, Mich.


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Tony Holinka

I use a 16 penny nail that way there is a edge so the line is less likely to roll over the edge.

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