Care and Use Instructions The following guidelines will optimize the loading capacity, storage girth, tackle protection, and overall performance to fully enjoy your Wraptor Tackle Roll. Prior to loading your Wraptor, manually open all vinyl pouches as the double polish has a natural tendency to stick to itself. This allows you to concentrate more on your personalized set up. When loading your Wraptor, position your fishing tackle in similar overlapping patterns. For single lure per pocket storage, position all baits in similar head to tail directions. Multiple lures per pocket is not recommended due to potential abrasion. Position treble hooks under the main body of the lures and tuck the lure in the bottom portion of the individual pouch. Bottom bouncers and umbrella rigs should be closed with the snap swivel slipped over the vertical (weighted) wire. Place tackle with the weighted wire ends pointed towards the center of the full-length pouch. With the wide variation of fishing tackle shapes, sizes, combinations, hooks, materials, etc., take the time to find the perfect positions for storage and handling. Keep in mind how your tackle organizer is going to roll up when fully loaded. The double polished vinyl will conform to your tackle configuration providing superior protection and a perfect home for your favorite lures. Soft plastics are to be stored in original, sealed packaging prior to placement into vinyl pouches. Specific soft plastic brands use chemicals that will interact with the vinyl. Please heed warnings on packaging and do not use with a Wraptor. It is always recommended to dry your tackle prior to storage. The aeration vents will allow much of the moisture to evaporate. In situations where there is excessive moisture, hang your unfurled tackle roll in the sun and wind or in front of a fan. The double polished vinyl provides a natural self-seal when pressed together. Due to typical fishing grime, the insides of the pockets may need to be wiped off with a soft towel and clean water. Allow your Wraptor to dry thoroughly before reloading. The Cordura 1000 canvas is waterproof. It can be cleaned with mild soapy water, a light to medium bristle plastic brush, followed by a clear water rinse. Allow your Wraptor to dry thoroughly before reloading. This Wraptor Tackle Roll is designed for use within a temperature range of 40 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures outside of this range are not recommended and may limit the functionality, damage vinyl or stored contents, and affect warranty. Special Instructions for storing Flashers / Dodgers in the “Slugger Pro” Wrap and Go System (10 flashers) Open your Wraptor, start from the very bottom and insert two pattern matched flashers in bottom pocket #1.Go to pocket #2, insert two flashers with the angles the opposite directions as those in pocket #1.Repeat the process in pocket #4, #6, and #8 being sure to alternate the angle patters of the previously loaded pocket.Starting from the bottom, you will be able to fold your Slugger Pro into a package approximately 6” x 6” x 16” long.If you have no need to roll your Slugger Pro and choose to display your Wraptor in an established location, use the stainless steel grommets to hang the unit to a solid surface. Now you can use all 8 pockets for storing up to 32 flashers. “Wraptor Traveler” loading instructions Lay the Traveler on a flat and even surface with the aluminum support bar facing upwards. Stack from one, up to seven fully loaded Wraptor Tackle Rolls onto the Traveler. Quantity that you can carry is dependent upon the accumulative girth of your loaded tackle rolls. ex: the Slugger Pros are typically used for storing large baits, thus reducing the quantity of rolls the Traveler can hold. While holding the top end of the Traveler, wrap the bottom end tightly around the entire stacked girth and secure with mating hook and loop fasteners. You may need to adjust the stacked tackle rolls to the left or right so the built in carrying handle lands in the desired carrying position.