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wireline

A communications connection via a copper or fiber cable. See landline.
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Using a big spinning reel and a 7-foot, medium-heavy rod, I toss these baits on 40-pound braided line.
Braided line offers excellent strength for a thin diameter, casts extremely far, and does not stretch.
And he credits the two Sacramento fishermen in the boat - Bob Cartwright and Ernie Owen - with enabling him to land such a large fish with 25-pound-test braided line and 15-pound-test leader.
Then of course you can go in the opposite direction with all the high- tech bait indicators, precision rods, special hook rigs, boilies and braided line.
The braided line parted and another entry was added to my chronicles of battles lost.
Fishing is allowed from dawn to dusk (no night fishing) and the bans are: no bait bands, boilies, nuts, bloodworm, barbed hooks, keepnets, braided line or dogs.
It comes spooled with 50' of 80-pound braided line (Cajun Archery, 1-800-551-3076, www.
Just the job for those who have joined the switch from monofilament to braided line.
Guy, who was fishing from a boat in Luce Bay out of Drummore, was using 28lb breaking strain braided line.
When using braided line, I like to make a short leader using a swivel and then slide the egg sinker in front of the swivel.
Bass were caught on 6-foot medium-power rods with 15-pound braided line and 6-inch wacky-rigged plastic worms on 1/0 circle hooks.