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Buy 2500 Yard Spools Of Hollow Core Braided Fishing Line
2500 yard spools of hollow core braided fishing line are the smallest spools we carry on bullbuster.net. These spools are great for spooling a few small spinning reels, a large spinner, or as backing for most conventional reels.
Our Selection Of 2500 Yard Spools Of Hollow Core Braided Fishing Line
Below is our selection of 2500 yard spools of hollow core braided fishing line. Proceed to the next page to make your selection and add to the cart to see what is in stock.
+ Why Use Hollow Core Braid?
+ The Best Knot For Salt Water Fishing Line Is No Knot At All
No loop to loop connections
No testing out your knots with the guides of your rods to see if they will fit through
No losss of line strength due to knots that aren't 100%
+ How Hollow Core Braid Works:
Hollow core braid works like a chinese finger trap. Once your mono is inside the braid, the weave of the braid tightens anytime you pull on the mono.
+ How Hollow Core Braid Works:
How to splice hollow core to your reel. In the video below #BullbusterAmbassador Pauly Luwaii teaches us how to splice hollow core Kona Style.
+ Applications For Hollow Core Braid:
Making Wind-On Leaders
For seamless connections for braided backing
For big game fishing with small reels
+ Where Is Hollow Core Braid Used The Most?
+ Jigging & Popping For Tuna
Hollow core braid is great for jigging and popping for tuna because it lets you splice your flourocarbon or mono leader directly to your braid. The last thing you want to happen is for you to run up on a school of busting tuna, you to cast and your lure to come FLYING at the boat because your knot got stuck at the tip. Hollow core braid prevents this problem all together.
Hollow core, like other braids also lets you put some really heavy drag on your fish with a small reel. Pack a few hundred yards 130 Lb hollow core on any reel with a good drag system, and you can turn your light reel in to a fish whooping machine!
+ Backing For Shark Reels
Resources About Fishing Lines On Bullbuster.net
On bullbuster.net we are a a brand direct (direct to consumer fishing line). Therefore we have some of the best resources to help you buy fishing lines online. We do not sell in small spools but instead focus on bulk.
Below are a number of resources that can help you to understand more about fishing lines, how to choose them, when one is good for one thing or another, how much line you need on your reel when spooling your fishing line and even more.
The Types Of Fishing Lines
Below we have a number of resources about fishing lines and the types of fishing lines that we carry on our website. We have a number of guides on the types of fishing lines that are available on bullbuster.net. Below are the three main types of fishing lines that are on the market today and comprehensive guides about each type.
The The Three Main Types Of Fishing Lines
The three main types of fishing lines are as follows:
1) Monofilament Fishing Line
The link above has an in depth guide to monofilament fishing line and many of the questions you may have about this type of fishing line.
2) Braided Fishing Line
The link above has an in depth guide to braided fishing line and answers many of the questions you may have about this type of fishing line.
The link above talks about hollow core braid which is a specific type of braid that has a hollow center so that you can splice monofilament into it.
3) Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
The link above is an in depth guide to fluorocarbon fishing line and answers many of the questions you may have about fluorocarbon fishing lines.
Choosing What Type Of Fishing Lines To Spool Your Reels With
Choosing what type of fishing line to spool your reels with often comes down to the what type of reel you are using and how you are planning on using it. All reels have specs on that tell you how much line you can fit onto them and then it is up to you to know how you will be using this reel. How you are going to be using the reel can come down to the style of fishing you are doing, or down to the specific species that you are targeting. Below we have included some resources that will help you as you make your decision on how to spool your reel. At the end of the day, spooling your reel comes down to the line capacity vs. line strength decision.
The link above gives you a way to find out the monofilament line capacity for your reel if you are going to be spooling it with monofilament fishing line.
The link above gives you a way to find out the braided line capacity of your reel if you are going to be spooling it with braided fishing line.
Ways That Anglers Spool Their Reels
Anglers may use one type of fishing line or multiple fishing lines on their reel at once to have the best setup.
Example Of How This Works
Example 1) The Monofilament Topshot:
The monofilament topshot is one way that anglers use two type of fishing line at once. In this case the angler uses braided fishing line on the bottom of the reel and monofilament fishing line at the top of the reel.
Example 2) Straight Monofilament Fishing Line:
The most common form of spooling a fishing reel is to spool the whole thing up with monofilament fishing line.
Example 3) Straight Braided Fishing Line:
Spooling your reel with straight braided fishing line allows you to maximize the line capacity of your reel.
Example 4) Using Fluorocarbon Leader Material
You can actually use up to three types of fishing line at once. In this case you are using a monofilament topshot, braided backing, and a fluorocarbon leader at the end.
Choosing A Spools Of Fishing Lines To Buy Online
Different types of fishing line come in different size spools. Some are sold by the yard and some are sold by the Lb, however you can always look at the yardage when looking to buy by the Lb.
Choosing Spools Of Monofilament Fishing Lines To Buy Online
Below are the size spools we carry on bullbuster.net for monofilament fishing lines.
Choosing Spools Of Braided Fishing Lines To Buy Online
Below are the sizes of spools we carry on bullbuster.net for braided fishing lines.
Choosing Spools Of Fluorocarbon Fishing Lines To Buy Online
Below are the sizes of the spools we carry on bullbuster.net for fluorocarbon fishing lines.
Choosing Coils Of Monofilament Fishing Lines To Buy Online
Choosing Your Fishing Line By The Type Of Fishing You Are Going To Be Doing Or Species You Are Targeting
Below are some resources that can help you to choose your fishing lines based upon the type of fishing you are doing or the specific type of fish you are targeting or how you are fishing.
Choosing Fishing Line By Species
Below are links to a few guides to help you choose your fishing line if you are targeting a specific type of fish.
Choosing Fishing Line By Style Of Fishing
Choosing Fishing Line By Location
Not All Fishing Lines Are Used To Spool Your Reel
Not all fishing line is used to spool your reel. Some is used as leader material to make specific rigs or directly to the hook. Leader material has two main functions. The first function of leader material is to protect you from loosing a fish due to a fishes rough mouth or sharp teeth. The second function of leader material is to make your line less visible in the water.
Leader Material & Protecting Your Line Against Breaking Due To Rough Mouths Or Sharp Teeth
Anglers often use a thin main line and then add a thick piece of leader material at the end of their line to protect it from the teeth of the fish. This leader material can come either in a leader material skein or a leader material coil.
Making Your Line Less Visible In The Water
Another use of a leader material is to make your line less visible then your main line. This can be the case if you are using a colored fishing or are using braided fishing line where the light does not go through your line. If this is your goal you may want to add a monofilament leader material or you may want to upgrade to fluorocarbon fishing line, which is a type of line that is less visible underwater.
Ways To Compare Fishing Lines By Their Diameters
There are a number of ways to compare fishing lines. One of the ways to do so is by comparing them by their diameter. Below are a number of resources for you to do just that.
General Listing Of Fishing Lines & Their Diameters:
Fishing Line Diameter Catalog Listing - This guide has a listing of the diameter of all the fishing lines you can find on bullbuster.net.
Comparing Braid To Monofilament Fishing Lines (on their diameters):
Braided Line Vs. Monofilament Line Diameter Charts - This guide has a number of charts comparing the diameters of monofilament fishing line to braided fishing line.
Braided Line & Mono Line Diameter Equivalent - This guide helps you to compare braid to mono on a diameter basis.
Monofilament Fishing Line Diameters:
Monofilament Fishing Line Diameter List - This guide has a list of the diameters of monofilament fishing line.
Chart With Monofilament Fishing Line Diameters (mm) - This guide has a listing of monofilament fishing line diameters in mm.
Fluorocarbon Fishing Line Diameters:
List Of Fluorocarbon Fishing Line Diameters - This guide has a list of the diameters of fluorocarbon fishing lines.
Braided Fishing Line Diameters:
List Of Braided Fishing Line Diameters - This guide has a list of braided fishing line diameters.
Chart With Braided Fishing Line Diameters (mm) - This guide has a listing of braided fishing line diameters in mm.
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