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In the age of dependency on braided lines, Berkley has come out with a super polymer monofilament that features a built in molecular reinforcing network available in 6- to 20-pound-test breaking strength.
A third conventional reel with 30-pound-test multifilament, braided line is good for deep-water rock fishing because of the line's reduced stretch and high level of sensitivity.
I prefer 2500 to 4000 class spinning gear, spooled with 8- to 15-pound braided line, especially if I'm tossing artificial baits, like subsurface plugs or free-lined soft baits like shrimp.
It comes spooled with 50' of 80-pound braided line (Cajun Archery, 1-800-551-3076, www.
Just the job for those who have joined the switch from monofilament to braided line.
Guy, who was fishing from a boat in Luce Bay out of Drummore, was using 28lb breaking strain braided line.
I fish these on a 10- to 25-pound class, 7 1/2-foot spinning rod and a 4000-series spinning reeled filled with 20-pound moss-colored braided line.
If February's top sea fish is caught from a boat our big prize switches to a pounds 145 President braid rod, an ultra-slim 7ft 6in job with Fuji braid guides and developed to meet the growing demand for braided line instead of monofilament.
Braided line is critical when fishing in such deep water and fluorocarbon leaders will produce the best results.
Three whole squid went down as tempting bait on a classic Pennel rig, backed by an 80lb trace and 30lb braided line.
Every 12 to 15 months, Robin adds and deletes colorations from its braided line and advises that retailers do the same.
The 95-pounder snaked from a wreck hide-out 250ft deep, crunched a mackerel strip bait on 30lb braided line and became the year's biggest qualifier for membership of the elite British Conger Club.