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Monomaster

Troutcatchers
(Code: 6351)
£ 16.97
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Monomaster Eco-Friendly Fishing Line Storage Solution


Introducing the Monomaster: The Best Eco-Friendly Fishing Line Storage Solution.

Looking for a convenient and eco-friendly way to store your waste nylon monofilament and fishing line? Troutcatchers have found the solution - Look no further! The Monomaster is a nifty little gadget designed to keep your vest pockets and tackle boxes clean and tidy while protecting the environment.
Why is it important to properly handle waste nylon? Nylon takes an incredibly long time to break down and poses a deadly threat to animals, particularly birds and small mammals. They often mistake it for nesting material or become trapped in it. That's why responsible disposal is crucial, and the Monomaster is here to help.
Not only does the Monomaster store your used fishing line safely, but it also prevents any unexpected surprises in your washing machine. Say goodbye to tangled messes and hello to an organised fishing gear setup!
But don't just take troutcatchers word for it. The Monomaster has received industry recognition for its outstanding performance. 'Field and Stream' magazine, a leading publication in the USA, has awarded the Monomaster the prestigious 'Best of the Best' gold award in the fishing gadgets category. Additionally, 'Fish Alaska' magazine has honored it with a silver medal in the category of 'other good stuff'.
By incorporating the Monomaster into your fishing routine, you're making a positive impact on the environment and safeguarding wildlife. Join countless responsible anglers worldwide who have already embraced this innovative solution.
Ready to experience the benefits of the Monomaster for yourself? Waste no time—purchase your Monomaster today from troutcatchers and enjoy a cleaner, more organised fishing experience while contributing to a healthier planet.

Monomaster: The Ultimate Solution for Eco-Friendly Fishing Line Disposal - The Monomaster is the game-changing solution for every angler facing the challenge of waste nylon. Keep nature pristine and your fishing gear organised with this compact and efficient gadget. Features:
  • Monmaster - Eco-Friendly Fishing Line Disposal: The Monomaster addresses the environmental impact of waste nylon generated during fishing. By using this innovative gadget, you can dispose of waste nylon responsibly, preventing pollution and protecting wildlife.
  • Monmaster - Pristine Nature Preservation: As environmentally conscious anglers, we understand the importance of keeping our surroundings clean and beautiful. The Monomaster ensures that waste nylon doesn't spoil nature by becoming a deadly trap for birds, small mammals, fish, and other animals.
  • Monmaster - Compact and Lightweight Design: Designed with convenience in mind, the Monomaster is compact, lightweight, and easy to handle. It effortlessly fits into any pocket, tackle box, or can be attached to a fly vest D-ring or a handy retractor, ensuring it's always within reach.
  • Monmaster - Efficient Storage Solution: Say goodbye to tangled messes and frustration caused by waste nylon in your vest pocket or tackle box. The Monomaster neatly stores used nylon inside its container, keeping it organized and out of harm's way. No more unwanted surprises in your washing machine or blocked filter systems!
  • Monmaster - Easy to Use: Simply feed one end of the waste nylon into the slit, turn the handle, and watch as it is neatly stored away. With its user-friendly design, the Monomaster saves you time and hassle, while contributing to a cleaner environment.
  • Monmaster - Nature Protection on the Go: Every responsible angler should carry a Monomaster as an essential tool for protecting nature. By having this handy gadget at your disposal, you play an active role in preserving our natural ecosystems and ensuring the well-being of wildlife.
  • Monmaster - Don't let waste nylon become a problem—equip yourself with the Monomaster and enjoy a cleaner, more organized fishing experience while making a positive impact on the environment.
  • Lastly..... Even the Monomaster packaging is 100% Recyclable!
Discover How the Monomaster Simplifies Fishing Line Disposal
  • Using the Monomaster is a Breeze: Simply feed the waste nylon or any other fishing line into the designated slit and turn the handle. The innovative mechanism effortlessly stores the line inside the gadget, ensuring a quick and hassle-free disposal process.
  • Clean and Reuse with Ease: Cleaning the Monomaster is a breeze. To begin, hold the gadget in your fist and push the handle sideways using your thumb. This action allows you to open the Monomaster effortlessly, granting access to its internal components.
  • Quick Disassembly: Once the Monomaster is open, remove the cap and take out the spindle. This disassembly step ensures easy access for cleaning and maintenance.
  • Cut and Dispose Responsibly: With the spindle in hand, simply cut the stored fishing line or waste nylon. Remember to dispose of it responsibly by placing it in the correct bin at home. Or even better recycle the Monomaster with Anglers National Line Recycling Scheme. By doing so, you contribute to the proper disposal of waste and minimize its impact on the environment.
  • Reassembly Made Easy: After disposing of the line, place the spindle back into the Monomaster and secure it with the cap. This straightforward reassembly step prepares your Monomaster for future use.
  • Ready for Continued Use: With the cleaning process complete, your Monomaster is ready to be used again and again. Its durable and reusable design ensures that it remains a reliable companion for all your fishing adventures.
Get your own Monomaster today from troutcatchers, team it up with a Zinger and discover how this gadget simplifies the way you store waste fishing line, while keeping your fishing environment tidy and your conscience clear.
Customer reviews
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
Works fine,.
Alister G.
Shopping Satisfaction
 5/5
Always found disposing of spent line a pain. Not now!
Andrew S.