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Should I Use Yellow Or Green Braid?
Ever wondered if the fishing lines you where the purchasing was the right one for you? Check out this information on how to choose the right the color of your braided line and avoid information overload.
A Little Background On Braid (*Scroll Down If You Know What Braid Is)
Braided fishing lines make up generally braided fibers. They have high knot strength, very little stretch and great overall power in relation to their diameter. Its smaller diameter to the proportion of the force allows a fisherman to the wind in more line to its reel when compared to monofilament fishing lines. The cost of the braid is also much higher than monofilament lines, although its degradation is very small compared to mono. One has to also check if your tackle
Why You Should Use Green Braid
Green Braid Is Low Vis -One of the most popular colors for a braided fishing line is green and that is for a reason. Green braid often blends in super well in nutrient rich waters such as bays, lakes, inlets etc.
Where You Should Use Green Braid
Why You Should Use Yellow Braid
Yellow Braid Is Hi Vis - If you want to feel AND see the bite, yellow is the way to go.
- Fish with yellow braid if you are fishing as a team and everyone needs to see the line.
- Fish with yellow braid if you are casting at trees and need it to stand out so you know when to stop your cast.
- Fish with yellow braid when you are deep dropping and need to the line to see if there is a belly in it.
- Fish with yellow braid when you are daytime swordfishing to keep your line straight up and down and facilitate better communication between the captain, the mate, and the angler.
Where You Should Use Yellow Braid
Inshore Fishing When Throwing Baits Next To Trees Or Structure (Make Sure You Use Fluorocarbon)
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