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No More Knockers

September 21, 2007
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When I fish for tuna, I sometimes use two egg sinkers on my main line above the swivel and leader. After fighting a fish, the egg sinkers are flattened out on the ends from knocking into each other, which is a big deal because the banged-up sinkers don’t slide as easily and can crimp the line. Now, when I use more than one egg sinker, I slip a rubber plumber’s washer between them. Now I get the benefit of the sinkers without risking my line – or my fish. – Jimmy Benson, Staten Island, New York
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