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Reel Magic??

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anyone used this stuff for killing the memory on your line? does it make that much of a difference in casting? I guess i am just trying to see if it is worth $6, also what are some of its other uses?

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It's like Seafoam. Don't ask what it is or how it works, but it just seems to make everything it touches better. Line, reel, guides, etc. And it won't make your hands all greasy.

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I agree... just buy it... it lasts a long time on that $6...

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I bought a can of it two years ago and I use it on everything related to fishing. The SeaFoam analogy is right on. It just makes things better. I just took off all of my reels and gave them a good spraying and that almost took care of my can. It last a long time. It works. Had a reel that made an awful grinding noise and I thought it was done. Gave it a few treatments and it is good as new. Highly recommended!!

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Fly-line too. Slickens it up. Slides through the eyes better.

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What is the product called that you are talking about sounds interesting? Is Reel Magic the name? I switched to fireline this last year to avoid memory in my mono but still have a few set ups with mono on them anything that helps would be good. Also were can you get some at?

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Yes, its called "reel magic" Ask your local tackle shop or check online. I know my local wal-mart carries it you could check there.

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