The only thing missing from most fishing vests and tackle boxes is a book telling anglers how to care for all that stuff. No more: The Orvis Guide to Tackle Care and Repair finally explains how to prevent problems, evaluate old equipment, repair broken reels and lures, and more, including invaluable chapters on maintaining and repairing: -Rods, including care of the shaft and the ferrules, guides, reel seat, and grip -Reels, including cleaning and lubrication, the proper tightening of screws, repairs of rusty spindles, and easy field fixes for common problems -Lines, including cleaning and storage -Waders, including drying techniques, washing advice, seam repair, and finding and patching leaks -Wading boots, including dealing with synthetic fabrics and replacing felt soles -Rain jackets, flies, fly boxes and more. From preseason prep to postseason wrap-up, The Orvis Guide to Tackle Care and Repair will keep any angler's outfit in top shape.Small nicks or light scratches that dona#39;t penetrate the surface coating of the frame or spool are essentially superficial and can be ignored. ... them for aesthetic purposes, you can try buffing them out with any of the commercial rubbing or buffing compounds used for automobile bodies. Frankly, this approach may or may not work, depending on the type of finish used on the reel and the depth of the scratch.
|Title||:||ORVIS GT TACKLE CARE AND REPAIR: S|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2006-04-01|