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At this point you have no reason to believe that he's consumed anything that may be life threatening. If there is a concern, you should begin seeing vomiting, diarrhea, an avoidance of food and water, etc. If this happens, you'll need to have him in to see your vet promptly. If, by chance, he did consume fishing line and it makes it through the GI tract and you find some hanging from his back end, do NOT pull. Trim this and allow it to pass naturally as he defecates. If you pull, you are apt to cause more issues.
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Same thing as listed above, even if this was line, food, a deceased animal, a hook, etc.