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Does monofilament go bad?
However, monofilament and fluorocarbon line will eventually go bad after a couple seasons of use in the water. Even unused fishing line will loose peak performance after a few years if stored improperly.
How long does a monofilament fishing last?
How long does monofilament last? Heavy fishing: 4-6 months; Moderate fishing: 1 year; Occasional fishing: 1 year; On the shelf: 3-5 years; Functional life span on the reel: 2 years (minor loss of quality with proper storage) Fluorocarbon. The primary benefit of fluorocarbon over monofilament is its near invisibility under water.
Does fishing line have a shelf life?
Fishing line has a shelf life just like your groceries, but that doesn’t mean you should be throwing out all your old line. It takes a very long time to degrade when left in its original packaging.
Does fishing line go bad?
Yes, fishing line does go bad, but how long it takes will completely depend on how much you use your rod, and how many fish you catch each time you use it. As a ball park figure, I like to change my line out at the very least, once a season, if not more. Jun 11 2019