8 thoughts on “ If You Step Over The Line (Mono) ”

  1. Tataxe says:
    Nov 03,  · When you have a running line like Ridge, the problem does not occur. With mono, however, the shooting head loop sticks out. I've tried to do a double cross-over loop with the mono (criss-crossing it a couple times within the handshake) to help, but it doesn't do much to help the leading edge of that shooting head loop from hanging on the guides.
  2. Mukree says:
    Sep 19,  · If you say that someone has crossed the line or has stepped over the line, you mean that they have behaved in a way that is considered unacceptable. He has crossed the line, and it must stop. Sometimes, I think the administration steps over the .
  3. Akinotaxe says:
    The new EP "Partisan" will be out November 23rd, ! "One Step Over The Line" is the bonus track of the digital version! Pre-Order Link:
  4. Zolohn says:
    Oct 25,  · Best to do it while its still wet. I always soak my mono overnight before I spool it on a't really know if the mono is old but it may not be worth it, it may have deterorated over time. Temperature changes and light can weaken mono, may be better of rerigging with new leader. Just may opinion hope it helps!
  5. Bazil says:
    Was lucky enough to grab this one back in when VH1 showed it on their nightly "My Generation" show (which was hosted by Peter Noone). Back when VH1 was.
  6. Goltira says:
    Tie you braid and mono together using as neat a knot as you can I use either an Albright or FG knot but this is up to you. Step 3 – braid mainline Keeping tension on the line fill your spool as much as you .
  7. Meshakar says:
    Mar 28,  · To tie it, you double the line and tie a cinch knot, number of turns depends on braid size, but generally on the heavy stuff, increasing as line size goes down. Before you tighten the knot, you take the loop over the swivel, hook, etc as in a palomar. Slide the whole mess up the main line a bit and pinch the line between the swivel and knot.
  8. Goltizahn says:
    1. Facilitators split the group in half and have each group stand facing each other on a taped line. 2. Facilitators ask a series of questions that get more “serious” in nature as the game goes on. 3. Mentors step forward if the statement applies to them. 4. Once everyone has reached the middle and high-fived, the game is over. Questions.

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