For your safety, please read before using your fishing line.


Precautions for handling fishing line in general
   
Warnings
  • Always use line clippers or scissors for cutting line. Using hands or teeth to do so may result in injury.
  • Do not use line for any purpose other than fishing.
  • When line is cut or broken, the recoil may result in falls or damage to equipment.
  • Never use fishing line that is wound around your fingers, hands, or body. Doing so may result in cuts or other injuries.
  • Do not place fishing line in your mouth. Fishing line is processed with resins, pigments, and dyes, which may be harmful to human health.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
Precautions  
  • Fishing line may break when subjected to unexpected force.
  • Fishing line discarded into the environment poses a threat to wildlife and the environment. Please take your fishing line home with you and dispose of properly.
  • Fishing line may lose its original quality and strength when left in high temperatures or direct sunlight for prolonged periods. As much as possible, store fishing line in a cool, dark place.
  • Fishing line has excellent surface slickness. When knotting, make sure you apply tension firmly and evenly as you pull the knot snug.
  • Colored fishing line may fade or bleed, which may result in stains on your skin, clothing, or equipment.
  • The lengths of the colored sections of color-coded lines are approximate and may change slightly according to the load applied to the line and the situations in which it is used.

Precautions for handling PE line
   
   
Precautions  
  • Fishing line may break when subjected to unexpected force.
  • Fishing line discarded into the environment poses a threat to wildlife and the environment. Please take your fishing line home with you and dispose of properly.
  • Fishing line may lose its original quality and strength when left in high temperatures or direct sunlight for prolonged periods. As much as possible, store fishing line in a cool, dark place.
  • Fishing line has excellent surface slickness. When knotting, make sure you apply tension firmly and evenly as you pull the knot snug.
  • Fishing line will degrade with use.
  • The pound-test rating indicated on the label is approximate and is intended as a guideline for estimating how much braid will spool onto your reel.
  • Remember that hybrid lines are 10% to 30% bulkier compared to regular 100% PE products when spooled onto your reel.
  • Braided lines are degraded by high temperatures. When spooling onto your reel, do so at a low speed to avoid frictional heating. We recommend you hold a wet cloth around the line when spooling to maintain a low temperature.
  • Braided lines may fade or bleed color, although this will not affect line strength. The dyes or pigments may transfer to your skin or clothing. If this occurs, wash the affected areas promptly, as the stains will become more difficult to remove with time.
  • The use of line coating material may result in fading or discoloration of the fishing line. Before using any line coating product, always test it on a small section of line to confirm it does not negatively affect the line.