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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Non-Fishing Related Discussions » Off Topic Discussions » Sould I remove all fishing tackle from house during Fumigation?

Sould I remove all fishing tackle from house during Fumigation?

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Pdawg

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Getting house tented soon. Should I remove plastics and reels, line?

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I would think the reels, poles and line would be fine. The washer and dryer can stay. The plastics, maybe seal them up in a garbage bag so they don't pick up a scent or flavor. Of course you could ask the company tenting the place.


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I would remove it or at least seal it all in plastic bags.


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Results to fishing gear unnoticed.

I suggest that you follow your own gut feelings on this and use your best common sense.
Simple, if you have doubt about the fumigation outcome ... relocate your gear.

I had my house and garage tented and fumigated two years ago, I did not relocate any of my gear during the fumigation ... and I did not notice any differences while using my gear nor in the fish bite afterward.

Regular routine maintenance:
I use fresh potable water to wash and remove the salt and scum from my FT, rods & reels; including line on spools, and from my FT.
Afterward, I also dry and wipe down all of my stix using WD-40. I still catch as many fish as the next guy. lol

Follow your gut feelings.

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