How good is Sunline fishing line?

How good is Sunline fishing line?

If you’re used to using 12lb test, buy 20lb Sunline because the diameters are the same. The line is excellent. It’s reliable, casts forever, and for the diameter is very abrasion resistant. There is NO monofilament on the market that doesn’t twist some.

What is best braid for lure fishing?

Daiwa J Braid X8. First up in our list of the best braid for spinning reels is the J Braid X8 by Daiwa.

  • Spiderwire Dura 4 Braid. Next up is a braid I have used myself for heavy lure fishing when targeting big pike, and it is a braid favoured by many top predator anglers.
  • Berkely X9 Braid.
  • Berkley Whiplash Carrier 8 Braid.
  • Can you use braid for topwater?

    When it comes to walking topwater baits, both monofilament and braid will work. “I use 15-pound PF Original for a lot of my topwater baits. It won’t break and still casts very well,” says Arey. “I also like that it has very little memory and still has a little bit of stretch.

    What is the smoothest braided line?

    Here are seven of the best braided lines you can get when you head out with your rod and reel.

    1. PowerPro Spectra Fiber Braided Fishing Line.
    2. Sufix 832 Advanced Superline.
    3. Spiderwire Stealth Braid.
    4. Berkley Fireline Superline.
    5. Seaguar Smackdown Braided Line.
    6. Spiderwire Ultracast Invisi-Braid Superline.

    What line does KVD use?

    In most situations I throw fluorocarbon. It’s low in stretch, so it increases the sensitivity and is almost invisible to fish. The only thing I use monofilament line for anymore is fishing topwaters because fluoro sinks. I use fluoro probably 80 percent of the time, braid 15 percent, and mono 5 percent of the time.

    Who is the leader of topwater?

    And based on the abrasion resistance testing that I’ve done so far, I highly recommend using traditional monofilament when using topwater lures.

    How long does it take braided fishing line to decompose?

    The foam cup will take 50 years to decompose in a landfill, the monofilament fishing line will take a whopping 600 years, and the glass bottles from your favorite cold beverage – well, hope you really enjoyed it. Each bottle will take 1 million years to degrade.

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