Category Archives for "Fishing Line Reviews"

Stren Original Service Spool Monofilament Fishing Lines Review

Stren Original Service Spool Monofilament Fishing Lines Review

Engaging one’s self in an outdoor activity is a great way to spend weekends and holidays. That is because people will be able to stay away from their normal life routines like going to the mall, watching movies, and eating out. Thus, they can de-stress completely before going back to work or school. An outdoor, […]

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Daiwa J-Braid 300M 8-Strand: A Review

Daiwa J-Braid 300M 8-Strand

Unfortunately, nothing is best when it comes to fishing lines. However, choosing the right fishing line is very important and should depend on your bait, target fish, and lure presentation. As we’ve said, there is no perfect fishing line since all of them have their own pros and cons. So, below is a brief guide […]

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P-Line Floroclear Review

P-Line Floroclear Review

So, you’re a fisherman, or you know someone who’s a fisherman? Well, all the ‘shop talk’ for sports fishing is about finding the right reel, pole, or in this case: line. To be the best fisherman you can be, you need to find the best tools for the job. Fishing is an art, and with […]

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Best Fishing Line for Bass

Best Fishing Line for Bass

According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, over 44 million Americans ages six and above go fishing every year. That is probably because fishing is a relaxing and fun recreational activity. However, to be successful, one must have a quality fishing line and should choose the best fishing line for bass. However, choosing one […]

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Yo-Zuri H.D. Carbon Fluorocarbon Leader Line: A 2017 Review

Yo-Zuri HD Carbon Fluorocarbon Leader Line

The contribution of fishing lines to the success of your fish-catching activity cannot be questioned. That is because they are the ones being used to hold and pull the hook wherein the bait is attached. In the past, they are entirely made using natural fiber materials. Today, modern fishing lines like the Yo-Zuri H.D. Carbon […]

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Robson Braided Fishing Line Review

Robson Braided Fishing Line Review

As one of the most important parts of your fishing gear, if not the most important, your fishing line will be the determining factor between whether you can catch fish or not. There are plenty of different types of the fishing line ranging from mono to braided, and each carries their array of advantages and […]

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LINEXPERT G-BRAID Braided Fishing Line Review

LINEXPERT G-BRAID Braided Fishing Line Review

There are plenty of features that need to be taken into consideration when choosing the right fishing wire. Aside from your fishing pole, your line is the next most important thing. From choosing a line with a high level of color retention to ensuring your chosen line can deal with high tensile strengths, each feature […]

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Bravefishermen Super Strong PE Braided Fishing Line Review

Bravefishermen Super Strong PE Braided Fishing Line Review

  Fishing can become a very personalized sport as you’ll have specific lures that you prefer to use and a particular brand of fishing line you can rely on. There’s nothing more frustrating than casting a line only to have it snap under the weight of your catch. When you start looking for different types […]

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Rio Perception Fly Line Review

gives anglers the option to easily connect with a lot more fish in the river, stream or lake. This fly line relies on the ConnectCore Technology to provide ultra-low stretch capabilities and improved sensitivity levels to get the sharp, precise mends, easier line lift, and better cast timing. The low stretch property means the ability […]

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Hi-Seas Grand Slam Monofilament Line Review

Hi-Seas Grand Slam Monofilament Line Review

Fishing has been practised since the early upper Paleolithic period as a means of survival. Since then, fishing has become a recreational activity. The tools and equipment used in fishing became modern during the latter part of the 18th century. The most widely used was a reel called the Nottingham reel. It was a wide […]

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