The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster
The Maxia Monomaster

The Maxia Monomaster

Regular price £19.99


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The Monomaster is a nifty little 'eco-friendly' gadget designed to store waste nylon monofilament and other fishing line. It stores pieces of used line out of harm’s way and thus keeps both the environment and your vest pockets, packs and bags clean and tidy. No more nasty surprises in your washing machine, either!

Waste nylon takes forever to break down naturally and is a deadly trap for many animals. Birds and small mammals are especially vulnerable, as they tend to use it as nesting material. That is why it is essential to keep waste nylon out of the environment and discard it in a responsible manner: at home in the bin! 

Every angler generates waste nylon while fishing. Changing a leader, changing a fly, or making a wrong cast and getting tangles - all are unavoidable and produce shorter or longer pieces of waste fishing line. As we anglers are very environmentally aware, we realize that throwing away bits and pieces of used nylon in the environment is not an option - So we take our waste nylon home to dispose of it in the bin where it belongs.

But in the meantime, it sits in our vest pocket or pack, becomes a tangled mess and is very awkward to deal with. All very annoying!

Someone should invent a solution for that! Well, someone did: the Monomaster solves all of these problems. It is compact, lightweight, easy to handle, and takes up a lot of used nylon, which can be disposed of in a responsible manner at home. The Monomaster easily fits in your pocket, pack or can be attached to a fly vest.

How to Use the Mono Master:

  1. Simply feed one end of the waste nylon in the slit.
  2. Turn the handle and it is stored neatly inside the container, out of harm’s way.
  3. When it's full, just remove the top and slide out the core.
  4. Use a pair of scissors to cut through the fishing line.
  5. Dispose of the, now short strands of, fishing line in the bin.