Braid Fishing Line available at Anaconda gives anglers maximum strength with minimal stretch and is ideal for deep water fishing in saltwater and freshwater environments. Explore braided fishing line options from Daiwa, Shimano, Berkley, Jarvis Walker, Sufix, Fins and other leading brands, all available online or in-store at Anaconda.
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CAN I PURCHASE BRAID LINE AT ANACONDA?
Yes, you can! Braid line is characterised by great strength, lack of stretch and resistance to abrasion. Braid fishing line options at Anaconda include Daiwa J Braid Grand, Berkley Fireline Ultra 8, Shimano Kairiki, Sufix 832 and other advanced superline options that provide superior abrasion resistance for deep water anglers who want optimum feel of even the smallest nibbles and bites. The Anaconda range of fishing lines include monofilament lines, fluorocarbon lines and other lines suitable for all types of anglers.
WHY USE BRAID LINE WHEN FISHING?
Braided fishing line is particularly popular with deep saltwater anglers who are chasing big fish. Braided fishing line toughness makes it an excellent option for deep sea fishing and trolling. Braided line now made of synthetic materials and offers superior strength while maintaining a small diameter, making easy casting with much less stretch and greater sensitivity for the fisherman. Many braided lines are very difficult to break when snagged and will straighten hooks, allowing expensive lures to be retrieved. Braided lines such as Spectra, Spiderwire and Chartreuse work well in eliminating line breakage while setting the hook or retrieving fish from deep water. Braided lines are also excellent for fishing in thick aquatic weed mats. Braided line is an Anaconda specialty and includes great products such as Shimano Ocea, Sunline Siglon and Power Pro Super Slick can have a much longer reel life if properly spooled and maintained.
SOME TIPS ON USING BRAIDED FISHING LINE
If you are new to using braided fishing line, or haven't bought your own and set it up yourself, there are a few things to consider. Firstly, braided line is thinner than monofilament. For example, a particular braided line may advertise 6-pound test line, while it has the same diameter as a 2-pound test monofilament line. Thinner line has many advantages, but it is a little more difficult to work with, for instance when tying knots.
Braided fishing line is a strong line ideal for many Australian conditions. Braided line from Rovex, Camo and Shimano tied to a swivel with a uni-knot can be pulled heavily when dragging big fish from the depths. It's worth understanding that braided fishing line has almost zero stretch and can take a little practice when handling big fish. You may want to experiment with drag settings to get the right feel. One chief advantage is the ability to feel subtle bites on the line from virtually any depth.
The biggest drawback of braided line is its visibility in the water. Premium manufacturers such as Daiwa, Jarvis Walker and Shimano are improving the camouflage capabilities of braided fishing line by incorporating colours such as neon lime and moss green. Experienced anglers also recommended adding a monofilament leader to the end of your braided line.
DOES ANACONDA SELL OTHER TYPES OF FISHING LINE?
Yes, as well as braided line, Anaconda also stocks a vast range of monofilament lines and fluorocarbon lines. Whatever species of fish you are looking to catch, Anaconda has purpose-designed angling equipment suitable for pairing with your fishing rod, fishing reels, jigs and gaffs for increasing your catch.