- 09/09/2007 at 8:42 pm #8795yellowfinParticipant
When you upload the image to imageshack.us it gives you the different codes you can use, go to the first one that says thumbnail for forums 109/09/2007 at 8:43 pm #8796yellowfinParticipant
I would probably use a heavier line weight on that rig if you are targeting sharks09/09/2007 at 8:53 pm #8797HookLineSinkerParticipant
cheers zac i think ive finally got it sorted anyway hope this helps someone as it is a rig i have found to combat toothy fish and as i dont usually aim for catching the big guys in the sea usually just the eadible ones ie 3-10 kgs i find the 30lb crimped works fine before it requires replacing cheers for your thoughts.10/09/2007 at 9:15 am #8801Decoro Fishing SuppliesParticipant
Cheer’s for the plug.
You have a very similar set up to mine. I am running 50lb power pro on a 12ft power play spooled on the AX90. I do a lot of rock fishing for the Kingies with this combo, it would be one of my favourites at the moment.
I would actually still use mono if I was only using the combo for surf casting, due to wind knotes that can come with braid when doing big casts, those tapered leaders are the best idea, but the braid with a shock leader does do the job for me, and one does need the higher braking strain on the Kingies.
Kane10/09/2007 at 2:26 pm #8806St_PaulParticipant
have had no problems at all with wind knots using the prower pro, did get a few when I tried fireline a while back and it was hideous for getting beaten up by the surf too quick (I fish mostly shelving beaches so its pretty rough stuff at times)
Gonna give the kingies a crack next summer at taylors mistake. have an Eclipz (EC-90??)15/11/2007 at 4:43 pm #9315
Hey Kane, How’s it16/11/2007 at 9:24 am #9323Decoro Fishing SuppliesParticipant
Yea good time had by all, turn’s out G’s finger was dislocated and broken!
We are all good for braid, I am the agent for Power Pro. Prehap’s you would like to buy some?
I have just been talking to my sales manager he is keen to trail the Sufix mono can you e mail through cost, spec’s etc.
P.s I have a forum on my web site trying to get people to start using it feel free to check it out http://www.decoro.co.nz22/11/2007 at 8:09 pm #9369MiliwolfParticipant
Sufix Fishing Line,
Hi, was wondering if Sufix has any braid / Superlines on the market which is suitable to use for softbait fishing on a spinning reel?
Something comparable to Berkley fireline or Rapala Titanium braid… So frequent and repeated casting should be possible without the risk of forming a wind knot or other tangle.23/11/2007 at 2:37 pm #9371
Nasty, i hope you are giving her plenty of healing. Its a good thing the boys23/11/2007 at 3:46 pm #9372
Yep we sure do. Sufix has a new braid on the market this year called Performance Braid designed specifly for casting. Its an interesting topic that. What features make the best casting braid. In my experience when casting with a spinning reel you are better off using a line with more body and stiffness. You are still going to get windage with the thinner lines but tip wraps and wind knots are considerably reduced.
A point to note. Unlike Fireline and some others, Sufix rates all their
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