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Manufacturing the Most Durable Fly Lines

Monic Fly Lines offers enhanced durability and strength through their patented manufacturing process and superior materials. The resulting fly lines have a significantly longer lifespan.   Structurally Sound PVC fly lines' key ingredients are plasticizers and resin that are damaged as they elongate and stretch, becoming brittle, separating, deteriorating, and eventually failing. Monic Fly Lines are 100% PVC free. Clean & Consistent As PVC deteriorates, it develops small holes, imperfections and micro-abrasions that can collect dust, dirt, and algae. This can happen to a fly line in as little as one use.. Monic polymers remain consistent and smooth for up to 10 years. Pollutant Free Plasticizers found in PVC slowly release and secrete chemicals that have been scientifically proven to be...

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Fall Fishing Tips | Three Ways to Improve Your Autumn Fishing Trip

The first day of autumn is just over one month away, and with warm temperatures across the United States, fall fishing season should be lengthy. Monic Fly Lines would like to offer a shortlist of tips for you to keep handy on your fall fishing trips. Whether cross-country or around the corner, these are valuable insights to keep in mind as you cast this autumn.   1. Watch Your Step Be mindful of rivers and other fisheries during spawn. Try to avoid wading through spawning beds - this disturbs and displaces the eggs. Stepping directly on the eggs can kill them or damage them irreparably.   2. Catch & Release This time of year, releasing bigger fish is absolutely essential. Larger, stronger fish are...

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Why should vinyl be replaced?

When vinyl (polyvinyl chloride or PVC) plastics were introduced they were hailed as the "super plastic." Strong, durable and weather-resistant, these plastics would last forever... and now we know that they do. Vinyl's production, use and disposal created more cancer-causing and toxic chemical than any other plastic on Earth. Once released into the environment, vinyl accumulates continuously.     European nations have recently joined together to ban vinyl from landfills, but with no easy way to recycle it, where does it all go? According to Dr. Joe Thornton, author of Pandor'a Poison from MIT press, "PVC is one of the most environmentally hazardous consumer materials ever produced... PVC is extremely difficult to recycle... and hazardous by-products are formed throughout the PVC...

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