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Fishing line, know it well.

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There are various more types of fishing line on the market today than there were ten or so years ago.  One relatively new type of fishing line is the Spiderwire by Pure Fishing USA.  Spiderwire is considered to be a super line known for its being thinner in diameter than regular mono fishing lines, and the ability of such a premium line to be very responsive to the slightest jerk-twitch of a fish so as to keep a fisherman aware of the fish activity in order to keep him/her on the top of his/her game.  The other notable feature of this super line is that it incurs little or no stretching.  However, others might see this lack of stretching as a drawback as opposed to a positive feature.  Also, one can see that Spiderwire really has more of a purpose in deep-water, extended fishing than in any other type of fishing scenario. Aside from the above, Spiderwire is quite expensive when compared to the traditional mono fishing line. 

Given the above, it is why the mono fishing line, over the Spiderwire, still seems to be the generally used type of fishing line to date.

In the end, what must be noted is that no matter what type of fishing line you have, you should take time to examine your fishing line very often to ensure it remains in good condition.  This is because all fishing lines are susceptible to being worn out, i.e., incurring nicks.  After every fishing trip, and, if lucky, after every fish catch, have your fingers feel all the way up for a few feet from the knot of your bait/lure to ensure that your line has no line-weakening nicks whatsoever.  If you find that your line does have one or more nicks, you will need to cut your fishing line above these nicks and have the now-cut line that is still a part of your rod re-attached to your lure/bait system.  Failure to do so may cause you to lose the fish you should be catching because the line that has one or more nicks is greatly compromised and can easily snap so as to let the fish you initially caught inadvertently go free.

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