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Kevin VanDam's Line and Lure Conditioner

   

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Designed to enhance the presentation of your line, Kevin VanDam’s Line and Lure® Conditioner is made specifically to work with today’s more specialized lines. While it positively affects the presentation of your line, the conditioner doesn’t leave an oily residue or make a mess on your tackle and hands like many silicone treatments. It adds yards to your casts, reduces casting effort, and virtually eliminates the frustrations of backlash and line twist. The result: more accurate casts more often with increased distance.

  • Dramatically improves casting distance and control
  • Extends line life and protects gear
  • Eliminates tangles and twists
  • No oily residue
Kevin VanDam's Line and Lure Conditioner 4.5 5 82 82
liquid gold I read the reviews which were mostly positive so I bought it. I use mostly braided lines and I will say what a difference (in a positive way). Keep in mind this wont stop all backlash, but it will help the line come off the spool much easier, and if you do get a birds nest I found it easier to untangle with this product. July 28, 2009
You need it. You know you do. I re spool OFTEN. I hate re spooling, I really do, but like paying taxes, you gotta do it. I hit the line three times while spooling on fresh line, once after the first 20 turns of the handle, then half way, then on top or the line when the spool is full. Ahh, can you smell that? Fresh line! If you use the higher end lines like Sunline (try some if you dare, its expensive AND awesome) this will give you more life and longer use from your line. Dont go spraying it on frayed line hopeing for a miracle. And dont blame it for your backlashes, that is your fault. It helps save money by giving you more life to your line...that's the deal here. December 5, 2010
works good I like using this on spinning reels because it helps keeps line twist down. It also helps lubercate reel parts too. This keeps everything running smooth. January 26, 2009
Solid product This is more expensive than other products, but seems to be worth the price. If you change line often, I would apply after re-spooling and then give it time to spread and soak-in. Definitely cuts down on memory and helps for smooth casting. The only problem I had was with a reel I don't put new line on very often. After weeks of occasionally applying this product, the line started to bind with a powder residue. After one especially hot week, the line completely stuck together and the line had to be stripped off. If you fish often and re-spool often, a great product! February 13, 2009
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NO, there is a specific KVD Line product made specifically for Saltwater use. I checked BPS website and couldn't find it. Try searching Google. Best of luck.
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Yes it can be used for saltwater tackle.
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I'm getting ready to spool up my reels(2)new ones,5 total with new line.I will be using a Berkeley spooling station during this process.Should I soak a rag with this and put it between the reel and the spool or spray the reel spool liberally with this conditioner after I'm done putting the line on!
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Spool your reel as normal except DO use a very small synthetic cloth soaked with the product and run the line through this as you bring in the line. Once done THEN spray your newly loaded spool with 4 to 5 covering sprays and let it dry OVERNIGHT. This is a good time to use the excess runoff as a cleaning solution and cleaning the outside of your reel. Check the KVD Line Conditioner website for many more details.
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YES!!! That is the exact same spooling station I use and I soak a rag and pinch the line while winding. I then soak the reel the night before going fishing. I works wonders for fluorocarbon, helps reduce memory on all lines and helps the casts go further and cast smoother. Been using it for 2 years now and love it.
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A good method would be to spray it on after you have about 1/2 of the spool filled, then spary throughly as it will soak through the complete line.
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Just was wondering because I saw Bill Dance and Rowland Martin doing a commercial for it and they use it to clean their glasses.
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Google KVD Line Conditioner and find their product page. They have listed many FAQs, uses, and directions on how to use the product.
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Bill also said that he uses it under his arms. I think that part was Bill being the goofy Bill he is.
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I would not spray it on mine, no way
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works phenomenally for cleaning all sorts of glasses. I absolutely love it.
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Works great on sunglasses I was skeptical putting anything on my $195 oakleys, but awesome stuff.
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I was just wondering if there was a scent to this that will affect the fishing experience. Is it scent-free?
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I have not noticed any scent on my spools/line and I use the product often. I cast farther and catch just as many fish then before using the product.
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Scent free.......and non oily.
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I really cant tell a smell.
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Although I have not done any scientific testing on this product, I don't believe there is. I have used it extensively on walleye, bass, and panfish fishing from boat, shore, and ice fishing. I usually outfish everyone around. If there is any scent distraction, the benefits far overshadow. If someone did do a scientific test and found this product turns fish away, I would be shocked.
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No scent, no problem.
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It has no scent, is colorless and undetectable after it dries.
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As I am typing this I have a bottle on my desk and no there is no odor.
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It has its own light odor, but I don't believe it to be obtrusive to the fish.
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Can be used on ANY reel.
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This can be used on any reel baitcaster, spincaster, spinning etc.
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Sure but it won't help it any
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Sure! It can be used on any reel, it is not corrosive and really has no effect on the reel.
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I used it on all my reels and have had no problems whatsoever.
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I believe you can use it on any make or model of reel and any line type.
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yes you can use it on anything
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how to use it?

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do you hav to strip off the line or just spray it on the line while still on the reel?
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I spray it on at the end of each outing as I put my equipment back in the rod box. It will soak down into the layers of line. It works best when you let it dry, but also helps if you apply it and use it wet. Don't forget to put a light spray on your guides!
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Just spray it on the line while still on the reel. It will cast alot better 2 or 3 squirts and your good to go.
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Just spray on a few pumps worth, and allow it to soak in. It works best if allowed to soak in over night.
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you can spray it right on the spool after its on but it helps more if you spray it on as you're spooling the line onto the reel.
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Just spray your spool with line on it. It will soak around halfway down in the line.
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Just spray it with the line on your reel the night before fishing...works great.
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I spray the main spool once heavy. I spray it liberally when I spool up .I also spray it the night before I head to the water.

When I'm finished for the day, I retie every lure and spray the spool before I put it on the rack.

So far that seems to be sufficient
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twice a day for active fishing
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Spray thoroughly after spooling new line, then after each outing.
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As needed.
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I spray it on the night before i go fish everytime (about 3 times a week).... never had any problems.
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I use it as much as i can
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Is it worth the money?

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This looks like a good line conditioner, but is it worth the money?
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It is. Will work on new mono, fluro and braid. Also on older fluro and braid. Not so good at helping mono that has been on your reel for a long time. Hope this helps.
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YES, YES, YES!!! Great for all lines including braided. You can get more distance casting when this conditioner is applied.
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Absolutely, the best that i have used.
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Worth every penny in my opinion!
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you better belive it works!!! i spray it about 5 hours before i go fishin' it's better if you let it dry but it works great either way
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Has anyone ever used this stuff to protect the finish on your rods: guides, inserts, etc.? If so, would you recommend it? Thanks!
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Yes I use on my rods and guides works great.
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yes, worthless, save your money
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As the directions read: "Treat rod guides for extra casting distance. Spray onto reels, tackle and baits to protect finish and keep soft baits from sticking".
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I use the stuff religiously and clean and spray my guides after each fishing trip. It does not keep the lake scum off completely but I don't know how much build up I would have if I did not use it..
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Yes, It works great as a sun screen and keeps the rod real clean. I treat my guides and it seems to help with longer casts.
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I used this spray on my line, the guides, and some of my rod blank. I would definitely recommend this spray. It really helps to combat backlashes. I noticed no oily residue.
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