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How long does fishing line last if not used?

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There is no official answer for the life of these products, but we've compared estimates from various fishing publications and have gathered that monofilament has an average shelf life of two to three years, while fluorocarbon lines can last up to seven or eight years without losing its edge.

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  • Does milk get rid of fishy taste?

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