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Why do fishermen use WD-40?

Asked: Shore View Fishing, Last Updated:

Some fishermen use WD-40 to clean their reels, others spray it on their fishing line, and many even swear it works if you spray it on lures as a fish attractant.

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    The Gold Star Yamashita plastic squid is probably the most recognizable salmon fishing lure of all time. Whether you are trolling for Chinook, Coho, Pink or Chum Salmon, you can catch fish with these lures. The #35 Octopus Squid (4.25″) is the standard size used in Puget Sound.

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    The Lew's MC6HV Mr. Crappie Mega Spool has been field tested and approved by Wally Marshall and is designed specifically for small reel usage.

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    Calories 190(795 kJ)
    Cholesterol40 mg13%
    Sodium560 mg23%
    Total Carbohydrate9 g3%
    Dietary Fiber1 g4%

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  • Should I let my fish die naturally?

    If your fish has been suffering from a severe illness and none of the treatment methods have been working, euthanasia might be the best choice. It may seem harsh to end your fish's life, but it might actually be the kindest thing you can do – especially if the fish is stressed and in pain.

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