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  1. one tactic we use that works fairly well is to lay the length of line with the fleas attached on the surface of the water as it gets a couple yards from the rod tip,then drop the tip,take up a little slack,then rip the tip upwards..this actually strips off a fairly good amount at a time..doesn't always get them all off,but much better than stripping by hand..I've done this just cleaning lines,and with a fish on the line also.. good luck out there!
  2. First mate on a boat is the hardest working person on the boat..Sure, the cap'n deserves most of the credit, but really couldn't run his business without a good mate!! Tip the cap well but tip the mate for doing all the work..It really is work on the back deck! This comes from neither a mate, nor charter cap, just general experience.
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