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The best knot for fluorocarbon

You can buy the most expensive line available, but without tying the proper knot that critical connection to the fish can easily be broken, no matter how expensive the line is. With the advancement of new materials being used for fishing lines it has also created a need for anglers to use different knots for each of the different types of line. Sunline has 10% of their employees located in the R&D department and those staff members spend every day...
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Fluorocarbon, Braid, or Monofilament?

One of the most common questions asked by beginner and experienced anglers alike is how do I know what line to use for a specific technique? While you will find varying opinions on the subject, through trial and error some general consensuses have been reached to help point you in the right direction.   MonofilamentMonofilament was once the main line that anglers used for virtually every technique. While nylon or monofilament as it is more commonly kn...
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Saving Money on Fishing Line

Purchasing the most advanced fishing line can be a sizeable investment. Utilizing backing line when re-spooling your baitcasting reels can help make the most out of that purchase by saving anglers hard earned money in the process. Backing line is any line that is put on the reel as filler to have the primary line go over the top of it. As an example, say your reel holds 150 yds of 12 lb test. If you were to fill that reel with 150 yds of fluorocarbon ...
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This Shooter is on Target

Sunline has a wide range of fluorocarbon products that are all different. Each fluorocarbon is made from different raw materials and they have different processing methods that produces different final products. One of our most popular fluorocarbon lines with our pro angler team is Shooter. Those anglers choose Shooter for the extreme strength and abrasion resistance it provides. Shooter is manufactured from our most premium raw material, that is very h...
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What is your preferred spool size to buy line?

A recent survey of experienced anglers found that 70% of the anglers asked preferred to buy their line in 400yd or larger spools. Why do so many anglers like to buy lines in this matter? There are three main reasons why anglers choose bulk spools, that we will outline below. Save money. The best reason to buy your favorite lines in bulk spools is to save money. Less packaging and more line on a spool provide anglers with greater value when utilizing ...
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