Seaguar Senshi 6#

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2013/04/09 09:26:33 (permalink)

Seaguar Senshi 6#

Anybody have any experience?  I bought some last week and spooled my small reel with it but I must have spooled it backwards because I've never seen a line "birdsnest" so bad in my life.  As soon as you take tension off it, it unwraps about 10-15 wraps by itself.  Maybe the first day I'll stand out in the creek and let all the line off and wind it back up, see if that helps.
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    TheBlueLagoon
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    Re:Seaguar Senshi 6# 2013/04/09 09:31:34 (permalink)
    did you put to much on the spool?

    Got Walleye???
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    Re:Seaguar Senshi 6# 2013/04/09 11:39:01 (permalink)
    I don't think so.  Its about 1/8" down on the spool.  Maybe between 1/16" and 1/8".  But even if it was too full you should see this stuff "unwind".  It's like cutting open a new roll of High Tensil fence wire. 
    post edited by dakotab - 2013/04/09 11:41:13
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    Re:Seaguar Senshi 6# 2013/04/09 12:32:52 (permalink)
    Sounds like super memory... I have some 10# Triline XT do that. If anything I'd try getting ahold of Seaguar and see if they'll maybe refund or swap you spools if you have the old one. P-Line offered that to me when I had a bad batch of Flouroclear but I didn't want to ship out 2 spools and pay shipping and wait to see if they'd refund or send me new...
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    Re:Seaguar Senshi 6# 2013/04/09 12:45:58 (permalink)
    Take the spool off and set in some mediunm warm water for 10 min or some. We use to do that for memory wrap.
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    Re:Seaguar Senshi 6# 2013/04/09 12:52:25 (permalink)
    Yeah, I remember years ago I did the warm water thing.  I'll try that tonight.
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