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Zerkalo

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I used to have a Label Gun like that and it was brilliant. Used it for hook boxes and also the sides of pole float winders.
 

Andy the grandad

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I use white electrical tape and a permanent marker
Then replace or use nail varnish remover to clean and rewrite
 

tipitinmick

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Exactly as Adrian does using a band held brother printer. Black on white 9mm label. I think I paid about £30 off ebay but, that was delivered. I found that it's comes in handy for all sorts of jobs.
 

Krh57

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I just write on the box ( under the hooks ) with a Sharpie pen and if it needs removing I just rub it off with a piece of magic foam !
 

Tinca Steve

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Use white, yellow or blue electrical tape and these pens. Waterproof fade resistant and fine. 15767754959721944136889170005324.jpg
 

lliopp

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Tippex the box, then felt tip. Only comes off if you scrape it and doesn’t fade to much.
 

G0zzer2

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I have to admit that nothing in my box or holdall is labelled - not even my rigs. I just look at them and if the line seems right for the day I use them. I don't even label my hooks - again if it seems right for the bait and size of fish I am targeting I just use it. My hooks are big; medium or small, though for corn in Summer I tend to go for around size 14.

Perhaps that's why I'm not a brilliant matchman!
 

warrington63

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I have to admit that nothing in my box or holdall is labelled - not even my rigs. I just look at them and if the line seems right for the day I use them. I don't even label my hooks - again if it seems right for the bait and size of fish I am targeting I just use it. My hooks are big; medium or small, though for corn in Summer I tend to go for around size 14.

Perhaps that's why I'm not a brilliant matchman!
Same here, I am either bone idle about marking hooks and rigs or I know what I am doing by just looking, I think bone idle is better description
 
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