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Attaching Reels

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Electric tape is what I used but when you take the reel off both the rod and reel will be stickey. There is a type of tape called Tommy Tape you can find it at walmart and I believe Mill Fleet Farm is it a silicone tape or something like that and it bonds to itself. When you take it off it won't leave the stickey residue. I know lots of people like this stuff cost more than electric tape but you don't need much to attach a reel.

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What I use is called Gauztape which is a self adhesive gause that really performs well even if it gets wet. The stuff is also been usefule if I cut myself or if my fingers are getting raw. In the summer I use it on my baitcasting thumb to keep it from getting to raw and for lipping hawgs without ripping my thumb to shreads.

You can get the stuff at Walgreens.

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I use a 9" zip tie and or what is called vet-wrap. it is self adhesive and stretches. It does not leave a sticky mess when done. It has texture and that can help in the cold. I get it at Fleet.

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