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Heres some feedback I received today -
"Thanks for the correspondence, I’m finding your leaders to be strong, reliable and just good quality to use, down here in our Southern seas we I am sing them for trolling for tuna, attached to both diving lures and skirted lures and they perform nicely. They also bring good results when bottom bouncing for shark, I was losing a lot of School Shark due to them rubbing through shorter leaders or main line when they wrapped their sandpaper like skin around the line. Your leaders resist the abrasion better and as a result we boat more shark when using them and rarely lose a rig, knot or fish."
Regards - Phil


Cheers
Shane

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Shane Doevendans on Sunday, 27 November 2011 5:42 PM
Received a pic from user Phil - his shark photo now appears on the home page - "Here's a picture of some good sharks caught on your wind on leaders. They were caught in about 120M of water, we use high geared reels on 6 to 7 foot rods with braid lines joined to your 80lb leaders, rig them with hooks of varying sizes, generally anything over an 8/0. The best bait on the day was slabs of tuna, once cleaned and filleted these fish make for great eating and can be cooked with a lot of variation. A great day out, and when you're fishing with your mates just remember, it's not a competition but the one that gets the biggest fish or the most fish will always let you know. Regards, Phil. " Thanks for the feedback Phil - some nice sharks there!!
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Anonymous on Sunday, 4 March 2012 12:23 PM
Hello Shane, Here’s another photo of a good gummy shark caught in 115 metres of water (see the pic on front page of the site). The leaders handle them with ease and there’s no chance of them rubbing through them because they often spin on the line on the way up and with their rough skin they can otherwise break off easily. Tuna season is coming up so we’re going to be using your leaders on them, I’ll send more pics when we boat some of them. Regards, Phil.
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do myessay on Saturday, 2 December 2017 8:07 PM
Customer feedback for the more finding your leaders to be strong the more objectives as well,keep it up. This shanedoevy site always improving us on rubbing through shorter leaders or main line.
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برامج مكالمات مج on Wednesday, 28 February 2018 3:25 PM
Hello Shane, Here’s another photo of a good gummy shark caught in 115 metres of water (see the pic on front page of the site). The leaders handle them with ease and there’s no chance of them rubbing through them because they often spin on the line on the way up and with their rough skin they can otherwise break off easily. Tuna season is coming up so we’re going to be using your leaders on them, I’ll send more pics when we boat some of them. Regards, Phil.
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