What Should Take into Account When Putting Together Fishing Line

In fishing we can have the best reel and the best reel, but if we do not have a good rig or line we will not be able to carry out a good fishing, luck influences, but we must increase the chances of achieving catches through a correct Armed of the rig for this I leave some advice.

As we go fishing and over time we begin to notice the lines we use work differently and are not always comfortable or that we could improve them to be more in line with our style of fishing.

To build a line or a rig we must consider a number of things:

Type of Line: We refer to the model of fishing line from the Toolkitforfishing that we are going to use, fondera, flote or paternoster are the 3 most important classifications that are then subdivided according to our style.

Equipment with which we are going to use it: It is not the same to use a can of 4 meters with a line of 2 and a half meters, that a can of 2 meters with the same line, our equipment will limit the length of our lines, if We use a long line in a very short rod we will not be able to make good pitches.

Relationship Reed-Nailon-Lead:  It is essential that finds a good relationship with these three factors, if the nylon is very thin and very big lead we runrisk of cut if the lead is very large, very resistant nylon and our cane very Weak we are likely to break it, we must maintain a proper relationship between the elements.

Where and with which it is going to be used: It is not the same to fish pejerrey of coast that to fish it in a boat, or to fish tents, the line will vary according to the fish and the fishing modality.

How we want it to work: By this I mean the way it will interact with water and fish. For example cheating lines, are created so that when the fish takes the bait does not feel resistance then eats with confidence and when it pulls more this nails, useful with suspicious fish.

Another example is the floating exchanges in which micro-buoys are placed, their purpose is for the brazoladas to remain raised from the bottom.

Once we have resolved all the previous points we proceed to the assembly of the line taking into account certain things:

The line is formed by two main parts Mother and Brazoladas:

  1. The mother is the body of the line, the base where they will exert all the strength in our releases and where they will be assembled all the elements of our line ( rotors, pearls, esmerillones, carabiner, buoys and sinkers ) tends to Be thicker than the brazoladas since it must withstand the tension.
  2. The snoods are the ramifications of our lines, limbs where we find our hooks, usually nylon used to make it thinner so that our bait has a real movement more and more tempted to fish.

Particularly in my case in fountains I use short lines between 1 and 1.5 meters maximum, with mother of o, 40 and exchanges of 0.30. While in floatated lines do not exceed 2 meters and I use mothers of 0.35 and brazoladas of 0.28.

As advantage I achieve greater distance with the throws and I have better control of the place where it is going to fall, but as a disadvantage increase the whip or whip effect and if it is not handled well we can break the cane.