As the first guardians of our rivers and nature in general, Anglers need to maximally limit the negative influences of our sport on our environment. It is time to start taking care of the unfortunately frequent sight of ripped fishing line left in nature. This monofilament line left in nature, outdoors or in the water, becomes a real death trap for numerous animals, fish and birds.

Is it really in the sporting spirit to fish with a thin line, which inevitably has for a consequence more frequent breaks and kilometres and kilometers of discarded monofilament line in nature? Let's try to, every time when it is possible, pick up the used monofilament line and get rid of it when we get home!

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