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What are your thoughts on this line compared to the others ?
Good strong casting soft line but the line coating wears off quickly also.
hello, please can you tell me what braids you found the best and you like , thanks
@Warren Brett X9. All Berkeley braid have great strength to diameter ratio. You just need to decide if you want fused, single filament, or braided. Fused and single filament like Nanofil is stiffer. Braided line like X9 is softer.
How does this compare to the burkeley line. And are you referring to the X5 or x9 series. Trying to find a new 30 lb braid
It's impossible to answer that. For braids that are 10lbs and lighter, I prefer stiffer Fireline or unifilament like Nanofil. Foe 20 lbs and up, any traditional 8 weave braid made by Berkeley have proven to have good strength/diameter ratio.
try to test the lines soaked in water too and see if thats increases the strength
they still absorb some water..
I've found no new braid that absorbs water. They all float since ALL spectra and dyneema has density that is less than water.
How did you set up your test jig? I've been looking into build/setting up something similar in my garage for testing different knots and lines as well. I've lost to many fish from knot failures...
Gorilla duct tape, taped on to itself to form a double sided non adhesive tape to wrap around the PVC. It is held in place by rubber band. The non adhesive double sided Gorilla duct tape gets replaced when worn. It only serves as a cushion.
What did you use to wrap the pvc with?
You need two large 4 inch PVC arbors as shown to decrease stress on the line so that your results will be close to true actual breaking strength. For simple testing at home where you want to test your knot strength, just leave the braid on the spool that it comes with and tie it to a stronger mono, attach mono to spring scale and pull until it breaks. Of course this limit you to 30 lbs and under test for safety purpose. Wear eye and face protection!