Saturday, March 12, 2011

Braided Fishing Line Can Prove To Be Beneficial In Salty Waters

By Isabella Johnson

Fishing is one of many ancient occupations, passed on to generations to generations. In the initial stages fishing world over restricted to lakes, rivers etc; where they could wade in the water in search of fish. From a just a means of living, angling has developed into a modern hobby, with anglers though not professional fisherman, use high technology to catch several types of fish.

New fishing products have been developed and fishing techniques revolutionized. One new product is the fishing line which is braided.

This braided line is very smooth and easily slips into the water. Smoother on the guides, no cutting of the guides happen. It has greater sticking power on the reel.

Because of the braiding it has better strength than the single filament line, nearly five times as much as a result it enables the use of bait and lures which are lighter.

A braided line gets immersed fully in water more easily, wherever the fishing is done. It is inelastic but very strong. Material used is polyethylene and core is made of lead wire.

It is capable of withstanding the corrosion of salty water and with good strength. It is quite strong apart from being durable. The fishing rod should use guides of silicon carbide, for prevention of aberration due to the fishing line.

There are claims that fishing lines which are braided is more strong than those made of steel by about ten times. These lines are multicolored for good camouflage.

Casting is a smooth operation with the braided line. The angler who keeps a good stock of angling materials will certainly keep a braided line as an extra one. Because of the great advantage of using, it is very popular.


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