Tarpon Leaders Be Prepared

Tarpon Leaders Be Prepared

One of my anglers the other day showed me a very simple and easy way to store and organize his tarpon leaders. He simply just coils his leaders in large loops and then uses a couple twisty ties to hold them together.

He then stores them in a zip lock bag that will handle the larger looped leaders and writes in the bag with a marker to lable them.

Keeping the tarpon leaders in larger coils is a great way to keep the memory in the mono to a minimum.

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