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Gertrude Yang Fishing Line January 31st, 2018 - 12:53:17
Mono-Fluoro-Carbo What? Help Is Here!. First of all, it is important to understand the different construction materials used in different types of line. Species, depth of presentation, type of lure, size of lure all have a bearing on what type of materials you should be using. If you intend on trolling a spoon or heavier lures you want to have a line with some give so you dont rip the lure out of the Salmons mouth and damage it. Mono-filament has always been, and continues to be, the most popular choice among all anglers (those fishing for salmon included), at least as far as the bulk of purchases. Despite the steady sales in mono-filament line, most people who fish will tell you that mono-filament remains popular only because it is cheaper than other materials; one strand is not difficult to manufacture. A much more desirable type of salmon fishing line is that made from fluorocarbon. Fluorocarbon line is much stronger than nylon mono-filament due to its complex structure (it is also often used in combination with co-polymers). Most importantly to salmon fishers, especially those mooching or drift fishing, is the fact that fluorocarbon reflects light in much the same way as water, and is therefore much more difficult for a salmon to see. This is particularly important when considering leader material for your set up.
Heres a real life example for you. I was fishing with a friend last year and when he cast his line out, the line was coiled. It was coiled because it had been on the reel for so long. I made him change his line as soon as he could and this obviously alleviated the problem. If your line is coiled, like a slinky, for Gods sake, change it! Its been too long. As far as paying attention goes, keeping an eye out for coiling is a big one. Another is keeping your eye out for frays in the line or brittleness. If you see either of these factors, its time for a change.
Most fly line manufacturers recommend cleaning of the fly line. There is no better time to do this than during the winter, just before to start of the fly fishing season. Make no mistake about it, cleaning a fly fishing line is a tedious task, but if you have ever cast your dirty line, then cleaned it and gave it another go, you would be convinced that this can improve your casting abilities. You may be asking yourself how your line gets dirty, after all your constantly putting it in water. Any number of factors both natural and manmade can increase the friction through the guides and reduce the ability of your line to float on the water. Some of these factors include fishing in cloudy/ dirty water, prolonged exposure to heat, exposure to bug spray or sun screen just to name a few. Not to mention the fact that these factors and many more also increase the chances of a tangled line just when you need it most.
Stren Sonic Braid - Sonic Braid line typically comes in a blue and clear coloring and has a fluorescent appearance in the water. It is easy to knot but still retains the very tight and non-stretchy feel that users of braided line desire so much. Sonic Braid is a line that many fisherman claim casts very far without much effort. Sufix 832 - This braided line is known for its very small line width and ability to float through the water while staying undetected by fish. It comes in a green color that blends easily with most waters. It is a very tightly braided line and has 32 braids per inch. These weaves are done with eight different fiber types. Line of this strength and thinness are perfect for situations where fishermen want to keep their lines from getting tangled in vegetation growing in the water.