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Tutorial: Cleaning your fly line

By Tony Weaver 11:52 AM June 3, 2014

Cleaning your fly line is a springtime tradition that all fly fishermen should know how to do.

Lee Kuepper, from Alaska’s Angling Addiction, demonstrates how to properly clean a fly line.

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