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The Chamois “Cone Head”


This Tackle Tip is eligible to win a pair of SMITH “Dockside” Sunglasses. The most “shares” and “likes” out of the 5 tips entered in our July/August issue will win. Winner will be announced in September 2015 Issue. This is tip 1 of 5. Feat-Chamois-3The Cone Head Freelance Mate Kyle Fisher Currituck, NC 1 star Supplies Needed: A large pool noodle cut to size. Make sure you purchase a noodle with the larger diameter hole. How long does it take you to soak a dry chamois so you can use it? The two or three minutes you spend spraying it down seems like an eternity after the boat has been washed down and all you want to do is finish cleaning up after a long day offshore. Here is a solution to those dry chamois blues. Freelance mate Kyle Fisher slips a piece of pool noodle over his chamois as pictured. Fisher then stows the chamois in the engine room and after a full day it still wet and ready to go. Chamois-1 Chamois-2 large rectangle Send your tip to [email protected]

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