Fishing lines intended for feeder fishing, match fishing or other float fishing should have several important features.
First of all, nylon lines should be sinking, i.e. in the case of a feeder, they should be laid nicely and adhere to the bottom. When fishing with a float using the distance method or with another rod, the line should be able to sink quickly, thus limiting the movement of the rig from the place of baiting.
In addition, feeder lines should have increased abrasion resistance.
What diameter should you choose?
The most frequently chosen diameter for the distance gauge is 0.16 or 0.18 mm.
For the feeder, customers usually choose thicker diameters of 0.22 to 0.25 mm. Of course, if someone is fishing for big carp on commercial fisheries, then it is worth having something stronger.
For a classic float or telescopic rod with a float, which are often used by novice anglers, it is worth choosing a 0.20 mm monofilament line.
For a regular 0.25 mm ground rod, it is a good and universal option.
Many monofilament producers give incorrect data, i.e. the diameter (often the monofilament is oversized, i.e. a little thicker than stated on the label) and the linear strength of the monofilament (and not the knot strength).
Therefore, with such a key and important element of the fishing set as the fishing line, it is worth choosing a good, proven brand.
In the offer of our online fishing store you will find high-quality feeder lines and match rods of well-known and respected brands Drennan, Preston
, Shimano, Guru. These brands of fishing lines are often chosen by the best players.