I can't even load my freshwater stuff with that much.I guess you might could use it for a shock leader or something maybe on some rigs.Just seems it should have been 150 or so,that would have been a little more usefull.
Oh that's completely worthless. It takes at least 300 yards to spool up a plugging reel with that super thin line.
Oh well, I guess the cost of manufacture dictates that they can't give large amounts of this stuff away...maybe we can pool our lines, use Bimini twists to put them together, and one of us can have a useful length of line
Here's what everyone should do, mail me all yours and I will tie it all together for my big shark/drum pole. I think I could get about 350 yards or more on that pole.
Or, I could just use the stuff to tie up poachers. Spiderwire has many uses, including, but not limited to: sewing, cargo transport, car repair, home decor, self defense/martial arts, gardening, as well many other domestic uses. Holds up better than mono too.
Let me know what else you have used fishing line for, and I can always explain what all the above uses mean.
Anyone ever use those plastic circle things with line on them that they use in central america? The line wraps around the circle and you throw the line out by hand. They sell them at BPS. 75 yards would work well for that.
I'm not into the whole mono backing crap. I like my reels to be full of one type of line with no knots.
Yeah, I know what you're talking about. They're called yo-yo's and I used to use them when I lived in Miami. When you're a kid it's simple and convenient and I used to use it to fish in the canals leading to the ocean in the Keys. Caught plenty of white grunts on it.
mine hasn't showed yet, but i think it will do just fine for some largemouth bass. tough stuff for the structure during the spring spawn. has everyone forgotten their freshwater roots, or are you all old salts?
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