The good folks over at WorldFishingNetwork.com posted some good ice fishing tips that we like:
1. Remove that fishy smell by running your wet hands over stainless steel: a piece of cutlery, faucet, or steel surface will do. (Don’t do it on the lake though, unless you want to lose a layer of skin!)
2. Apply beeswax to prevent the ends of your fishing rods from sticking together.
3. Run a newly-spooled reel under hot tap water for a minute to prevent new line from tangling.
4. Use a magnetic milk bag snipper from the grocery store to cut through braided fishing line.
5. If you can’t dispose of fish guts immediately, double-bag it and store in a freezer to prevent the bad odor.
6. Release the drag on your spinning reels when you store them for long periods: the tension can cause springs to loosen.
7. Thread a safety pin through the eyes of your fishing hooks to keep them tidy.
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