coastalfreak

I think Im being a little paranoid...

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I plan on buying a Penn 712 or 714Z soon as a beater bait reel. I'm choosing this reel simply out of simplicity and ruggedness, and I have never been one to disassemble reels. However, as I am rough on my gear, its definitely something I would like to learn and practice. 

 

So, here's my question: 

 

When it comes to regreasing your gears and parts in your reel, how do you ensure that it doesn't leech into the water? I know this is weird, but this is something my brain worries about big time. 

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At St Simons and Jekyll where I was fishing you could see an overturned freighter with 400 Hyundai’s in it, what’s a little real grease?

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Use Yamaha marine grease,,,,,,,:idea:  penn reels are easy to work on just remember to put side plate back on before fishing,,,,,,:) 

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