What can I do about an assortment of old unmarked line?

John Keane

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I just bunch and tie it into a really tight ball, double-bag it tightly and make sure there’s no food in the bag to tempt seagulls, then bin it.
 

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I wind my old line around anything that’s handy like a paint tin or some wood and then cut it up into very short pieces with sharp scissors, then bag and bin it, or I may just incinerate it.

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markg

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You know what’s wrong with this thread; no one’s bothering with any of the line disposal services. I believe there have been a few started up in the last couple of years and well advertised in the angling mags and the AT although not sure which. There was a postal one as well and a scheme where tackle shops joined so you could give them your old line. So, something’s not working very well!
 
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