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Geoff Wilson's Guide to Rigging Braid, Dacron & Gelspun Lines:…

by Geoff Wilson

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With the steadily increasing popularity of gelspun fishing line (a.k.a. Spectra), the fishing tackle community has been in need of a guide for knot tying and rigging these revolutionary lines. The irony related with spectra braids to this point, has been that the line itself offers superior performance, yet many standard knots and connection methods jepordize its strength integrity. This new book by, Geoff Wilson, has easy-to-follow illustrations and discriptions to walk both novice and experienced anglers through the difficult task of learning proper knot tying methods utilizing gelspun lines. This book is a must for any person considering or currently using braid, dacron, or gelspun lines.… (more)

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