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fishing line

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  • Sea turtles die of drowning or injury when caught on hooks, entangled in fishing line or trapped in fixed nets or trawls.
  • Tiny pieces of fishing line as well as white, blue and green plastic fragments are sprinkled on the screen.
  • The fiber optic tether resembles lightweight fishing line.
  • They want to know who doesn't have some thumbtacks, a clothespin, and fishing line around his house.
  • There are also little holes in all the pieces for inserting paper clips or fishing line or whatever you can imagine.
  • It has a hole in the back and is strung with heavy nylon-fishing line.
  • fishing line trails from broken rods tangled in driftwood.
  • The posts would be twenty feet high and connected by fishing line.
  • fishing line is rated by the number of pounds that the line can hold before it will break.
  • Slide the bullet sinker onto the end of the fishing line.

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