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Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Multi Color

Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Multi Color
New 2024!
J-Braid just got even better, with the introduction of J-BRA...
Prices from £ 29.59

Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Dark Green

Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Dark Green
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J-Braid just got even better, with the introduction of J-BRA...
Prices from £ 16.94

Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Smash Orange

Daiwa J-Braid Expedition x8E Smash Orange
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J-Braid just got even better, with the introduction of J-BRA...
Prices from £ 16.94

Daiwa Tournament X8 Braid EVO+ SUPERSLIM UL

Daiwa Tournament X8 Braid EVO+ SUPERSLIM UL
New 2024!
Extremely slim, strong and tough! With this line we can o...
Prices from £ 52.04

Toray Salt Line Super Light PE

Toray Salt Line Super Light PE
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Prices from £ 17.55

Toray Area Trout Real Fighter PE

Toray Area Trout Real Fighter PE
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Prices from £ 15.92

Toray Salt Line PE Super Egging F4

Toray Salt Line PE Super Egging F4
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Prices from £ 13.67

Jaxon Crius 4X Fluo

Jaxon Crius 4X Fluo
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Prices from £ 6.84

Jaxon Crius 4X

Jaxon Crius 4X
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Prices from £ 6.84

Jaxon Crius 8X

Jaxon Crius 8X
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Prices from £ 11.63

Toray Salt Line Sea Bass F4

Toray Salt Line Sea Bass F4
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Prices from £ 13.67

Toray Super Strong PE Nage F4

Toray Super Strong PE Nage F4
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Prices from £ 16.33

Toray Super Strong PE Fune F4

Toray Super Strong PE Fune F4
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Prices from £ 13.67

Toray Jigging PE Power Game

Toray Jigging PE Power Game
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Prices from £ 16.73

Westin W3 8-Braid Dutch Orange

Westin W3 8-Braid Dutch Orange
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Experience the unrivalled power of Westin's W3 DUTCH ORANGE...
Prices from £ 13.67

Westin W10 Cast 'N' Jig 13 Braid

The W10 Braided line has been developed for anglers seeking...
Prices from £ 36.94

Jaxon Crius 12X

Prices from £ 17.76

Rapala Rapinova-X

Rapinova X braid is a must-have for any passionate angler lo...
Prices from £ 4.08

Ryobi Varius 8X

High-quality, 8-strand Japanese braids produced for Ryobi by...
Prices from £ 24.90

Sufix 91 Braid

The Sufix 91 G-Core continues Sufix’s range of braid lines w...
Prices from £ 24.49

YGK X-Braid Super Jigman X8

It is a High Power PE line with high cost performance that g...
Prices from £ 29.59
Braided fishing line is an invention as old as fishing. It is made of several braided fibres. Initially, natural fibres were used, such as linen or cotton. Over time, natural materials gave way to those more technologically advanced, namely high-modulus polyethylene (Spectra, Dyneema) or Dacron. Their marketing led to a real revolution on the braided lines market. Nowadays, fishing braids are used for almost all types of spinning – from the ultra-light version to the real big game. Many anglers cannot imagine fishing without braided lines.
The most important difference in utilising this type of line is its linear and knot strength, which are impossible to achieve by traditional nylon fishing lines. So much so, that by using a braided fishing line as the mainline, you can buy a product even three times thinner than the dedicated fishing line! What are the benefits? It will make casting easier and improve your contact with the lure.
Another very important difference between braided and monofilament fishing lines is the lack of stretch (which can be over 30% in the latter case!). This feature not only allows you to feel both the take and the action of the lure, but also to quickly strike the fish. The pulling itself is almost synonymous with the phrase “contact with the fish”. Thanks to the lack of stretch, braided fishing lines are a great choice for technically difficult fishing grounds, abundant in vegetation and snags which impel us to pull forcefully.
Interestingly, high strength and zero stretch does not necessarily mean that the braided fishing line itself is stiff. Modern manufacturers offer both stiff (often coated) and extremely soft lines. The same goes for roughness. Spinning braids are available in variants with a different number of strands, ranging from 4 to as many as 13. Thus, a product made of four strands will create the most noise, but it will also be the most abrasion-resistant. A twelve-strand line will give us a cross-section closest to a round one. It’s often smooth, but its resistance to mechanical damage will be slightly reduced.
Such lines come in various colours, from more discreet, barely visible, green, through striking fluo colours to even multi-coloured, rainbow colours, thanks to which the observation of a bite is even easier, regardless of the weather conditions.
Interestingly, a braided line is not perfectly round in cross-section, therefore it fits on the spool much worse than a traditional line. Also, some models can absorb water and swell as a result. Therefore, when choosing a braided fishing line for your reel, we advise you not to rely on the spool capacity specified by the manufacturer, since in most cases it applies to a monofilament line.
We recommend that you acquire extremely sharp scissors for cutting braided fishing lines, which will not tear the braid and will be more efficient than traditional line clippers.