- 1 Do you need to soak braid before spooling?
- 2 Should I put braid on my baitcaster?
- 3 Do you need a leader with braided line?
- 4 Can I use braided line on a spinning reel?
- 5 Is braided line best for spinning reels?
- 6 Is braid better than mono?
- 7 Why does my braided line keep tangling?
- 8 Does color of braided fishing line matter?
- 9 Is 150 yards enough fishing line?
Do you need to soak braid before spooling?
Use this method and you do not need to soak the line. use the bottom section of a rod and drop the spool of braid into it, then wind it under tension through a wet cloth.
Should I put braid on my baitcaster?
Long story short, you can and should use braided line on your baitcaster. It’s a bit more expensive but there are so many benefits to using it. The great thing about braid is that it’s a lot thinner than standard fishing line (20 lb braid is the same thickness as 6 lb mono).
Do you need a leader with braided line?
The simple answer is that when you’re using braided line you should use a leader 90% of the time. The only time you might want to use straight braid is if you’re fishing extremely dirty water or there’s a lot of vegetation where you’ll get snagged.
Can I use braided line on a spinning reel?
Of the two, braided line is superior on a spinning reel. The only drawback is that braid is visible in clear water and may cause “line shy” fish avoid your offerings altogether. For this reason, many anglers who use braid on spinning reels will tie on a fluorocarbon leader before tying on their lure.
Is braided line best for spinning reels?
Braid is the best line to use on a spinning reel, and the best options are Sufix 832 and Power Pro Spectra. The smaller diameter and low line memory make it cast farther than mono and fluoro, it’s a lot more sensitive, and it’s going to last 3-4x longer.
Is braid better than mono?
Braided lines are durable and more resistant to wear than mono lines. They are also better suited to deep-water fishing as they’re simultaneously thinner and heavier, cutting through the water to reach the bottom faster.
Why does my braided line keep tangling?
As stated above, the most common cause of line tangles associated with braided line is casting into the wind (hence the name wind knots). Take the time to position yourself to have the wind to your back whenever you can. If you are unable to cast with the wind, try casting low to the surface of the water.
Does color of braided fishing line matter?
In short, certain colors of braided fishing line are more visible in certain water conditions but it won’t make a difference because you’ll be attaching a clear fluorocarbon or monofilament leader. In almost all cases, the fish will never see your braided line and that’s why the color doesn’t really matter.
Is 150 yards enough fishing line?
While 150 yards is usually going to be fine for basic fishing applications, most reels will recommend that you put around 200 yards of line on them.