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Topic: Dummies Guide to Crabbing  (Read 4747 times)

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PandaMan

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So if your line is leaded, is there still need of tying it down or using leaded weights?
I'm assuming it wouldn't hurt.
If the line sinks and is not a boat hazard you don’t need to add weights.


Got it! Yeah Iím using leaded line and itís under the water. Besides zip tying it I was trying to see how others lay their pots.

Thanks for the tips!


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