Fishing Lines

Fishing Lines

Find the right fishing line for your next fishing trip - the best selection for any angler looking to land that trophy catch.


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  1. Sufix 832 Braid - 40lb - Low-Vis Green - 600 yds

    Special Price $45.36 Regular Price $70.99
  2. Sufix 832 Braid - 40lb - Coastal Camo - 600 yds

    Special Price $46.85 Regular Price $70.99
  3. Sufix Performance Lead Core - 18lb - 10-Color Metered - 600 yds

    Special Price $77.24 Regular Price $111.99
  4. Sufix Performance Lead Core - 15lb - 10-Color Metered - 600 yds

    Special Price $77.24 Regular Price $109.99
  5. Sufix Performance Lead Core - 12lb - 10-Color Metered - 600 yds

    Special Price $77.24 Regular Price $109.99
  6. Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core - 18lb - 10-Color Metered - 200 yds

    Special Price $55.15 Regular Price $70.99
  7. Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core - 12lb - 10-Color Metered - 200 yds

    Special Price $45.41 Regular Price $70.99
  8. Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core - 18lb - 10-Color Metered - 100 yds

    Special Price $32.04 Regular Price $40.99
  9. Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core - 12lb - 10-Color Metered - 100 yds

    Special Price $32.04 Regular Price $40.99
  10. Sufix ProMix® Braid - 80lb - Neon Lime - 1200 yds

    Special Price $88.04 Regular Price $138.99
  11. Sufix ProMix® Braid - 50lb - Neon Lime - 1200 yds

    Special Price $84.36 Regular Price $132.99
  12. Sufix ProMix® Braid - 40lb - Neon Lime - 1200 yds

    Special Price $69.80 Regular Price $109.99

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EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A FISHING LINE

When shopping for fishing lines, there are a variety of considerations to take into account. Here are the most common things you should consider:

  • Type of fishing line: There are several types of fishing lines available, including monofilament, fluorocarbon, and braided. Monofilament is made of a single strand of plastic and is the most common type of line. Fluorocarbon is similar to monofilament, but it is more resistant to abrasion and is almost invisible in the water. Braided lines are made of multiple strands of fiber and are very strong and sensitive, but they are more visible in the water.
  • Diameter: The diameter of the line is an important factor to consider, as it can affect the casting distance and the amount of line that can fit on the reel.
  • Breaking strength: The breaking strength of a line refers to the amount of weight that it can support before breaking. You should choose a line with a breaking strength that is appropriate for the type of fish you are targeting.
  • Length: The length of the line will depend on the type of fishing you are doing and the size of the reel.
  • Color: Some anglers prefer a certain color of line, such as clear or blue, for certain fishing conditions.
  • Price: Fishing lines can vary in price, and you should choose one that fits your budget.

WHAT TYPES OF FISHING LINE ARE AVAILABLE?

There are several types of fishing lines available, including monofilament, fluorocarbon, and braided. Here is a brief overview of each type:

Monofilament: Monofilament is made of a single strand of plastic and is the most common type of line. It is known for its flexibility, ease of use, and affordability. Monofilament lines are suitable for a variety of fishing techniques and are a good choice for beginner anglers.

Fluorocarbon: Fluorocarbon is similar to monofilament, but it is made of a denser material that is more resistant to abrasion. It is almost invisible in the water and is a good choice for clear water conditions or when fishing for easily-spooked fish species. Fluorocarbon lines are more expensive than monofilament, but they offer some advantages in certain situations.

Braided: Braided lines are made of multiple strands of fiber and are known for their strength and sensitivity. They are very thin for their strength, so they can hold a lot of line on the reel. Braided lines are more visible in the water than fluorocarbon and monofilament, but they are a good choice for fishing in heavy cover or when long casting distance is required.

In general, monofilament lines are a good all-around choice for most fishing situations, while fluorocarbon and braided lines are better suited for specific situations. It's always a good idea to have a few different types of line in your tackle box so that you can choose the best one for the conditions you are facing.


HOW DO FISH REACT TO DIFFERENT FISHING LINES?

Fish may react differently to different types of fishing line, depending on the specific characteristics of the line and the conditions in which it is being used. Some factors that may affect how fish react to a particular type of line include visibility, line strength, and line sensitivity.

In clear water conditions, fish may be more likely to spook when they see a visible line. In this case, a fluorocarbon line that is almost invisible in the water may be a better choice. In muddy or murky water, on the other hand, a more visible line may be less of a factor.

If a fish feels a lot of resistance when it is hooked, it may be more likely to try to shake off the hook. Using a line with a higher breaking strength may help to prevent this from happening.

A sensitive line may be able to transmit more of the subtle movements of the bait or lure to the angler, which may make it easier to detect a bite. On the other hand, a line that is too sensitive may make it more difficult to feel the bottom or other structure.

In general, it is always a good idea to use the lightest line that is strong enough for the species of fish you are targeting. This will help to minimize the chances of spooking the fish and increase your chances of success.

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