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KastKing DuraBlend White Monofilament Wire Super Strong Nylon Fishing Line 20LB-200LB with Low Stretch and Memory 110M/120YdsOur Price: From: £13.72 Select options
KastKing 137M 274M 4-30LB/1.81-13.6KG Strong Fluorocarbon Coating Fishing Line in White for Freshwater or Sea FishingOur Price: From: £12.35 Select options
DONQL Fishing Line 500m Nylon Strand 2-22.5LB Super Strong Floating MonofilamentOur Price: From: £3.91 Select options
GHOTDA 12 Strands Fishing Line Braided Multifilament 500mOur Price: From: £15.80 Select options
8 Strands Fishing Line Braided Multifilament 500m GhotdaOur Price: From: £13.85 Select options
4 Strand Fishing Line Braided Multifilament 500mOur Price: From: £9.29 Select options
GHOTDA Fishing Line 500M Nylon Single Strand MonofilamentOur Price: From: £3.97 Select options
The quality line to bring the fish in
Good quality line helps you to bring the fish in. Its one of the most important parts of your angling kit and care should be taken to choose wisely.
The line you choose will very much depend on what type of fishing you prefer and the size of the fish you target. Fishing line comes in various types and diameters that have different breaking strains.
3 types of fishing line
There are 3 main ways that fishing line is produced;
- monofilament - these are very economical to buy. It's an ideal choice for a beginner. A lot of monofilament lines suffer from soaking up water and stretching under strain. Traditionally monofilaments have also tended to float. this makes it a great line for top fishing. modern nylon technology can now produce monofilament line that sinks quickly like fluorocarbon line.
- fluorocarbon - this is a strong line that offers great sinking ability. It's a little more expensive than monofilament but offers better functions such as a line that sinks quickly. For the diameter, it offers a higher breaking strain than similar diameter monofilament. It also has abrasion resistance to reduce breakage if the line runs over rocks during the fight in bringing the fish home.
- braided - this is a more expensive line but offers superior strength and handling. While traditionally braided line will float, modern nylon technology means it can sink almost as quickly as fluorocarbon line. Braided line doesn't stretch like monofilament and transmits the fight better. Braided line is very abrasive resistant and can withstand a lot of stress. you can buy different braid numbers such as 4 strands, 8 strands and 9 strands.
you purchase line on spools of different lengths. The largest spools offer the best value. You can also buy fishing line in a range of colours depending on personal preferences.
Multicolour fishing line
One type of fishing line some people use is multi-coloured. This means that every 10 meters of so the colour of the line changes. Some anglers use this type of line as a way to accurately gauge the distance of their casting.
Accurate distance estimation in casting is important to deliver your bait into the same area consistently, especially into an area that is delivering bites.
This sort of line can be a useful tool for beginners so they can start to practice accurate casting.
Video of the 3 types of fishing line