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If the bait is holding low, use 40-pound braided line, which cuts the water better and allows the Super Shad Rap to run 17 feet down or more on a long line.
Caption: The writer wades in to untangle light braided line from lily pad stems.
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.
Caption: Wind-knot, left, may result from improper handling of braided line.
Using coated trace, he ties the braided line directly to the trace using a very neat Albright knot (no swivel and much lighter for surface lures), wrapping, then gently heating the trace wire to complete it.
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.
It was braided line, and I said, "Fellas, we're going to have to re-tie.
He uses 80-pound-test PowerPro braided line all the way to the drop-shot weight, which is a 1/4 - to 5/8-ounce split shot, just heavy enough to get the rig down to the bottom, but not big enough to hang up in a logjam.
All the best frog anglers I know fish frogs with braided line and with good reason.
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.
It is adding jewel tones to its chenille braided line and developing a new line of fabric/yarn braideds made with gingham fabric from Springs and chenille yarns that have a fresh, bright look.