In these hard economic times we want to save money however we can on the water.  If you are a believer in fluorocarbon line like I am, then you know how much the line cost.  In order to cut your cost, add a monofilament backing to your spool.  Your line size that you are adding will determine how much backing you will need.  We never use the line on the bottom of our spools, so the backing won’t hurt your casting ability.  This will maximize the use of your line, and if you change line often then you will never need more than 50 or 60 yards of new line.  In order to keep the line tied to each other use a blood knot.  It is a difficult knot to master, but after a couple tries you will have it down.  You will only have to add backing line to the spool once a year.

 

Hope you find this tip helpful and if you have any questions, just email me at  leo@fishpittsburgh.com 

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My name is Leo Cancilla, and I was born April 23, 1984. I live in Butler Pennsylvania with my fantastic wife Jessica. I have been fishing local fishing tournaments for about 12 years now. My fishing strengths are power fishing and flipping. My favorite lake in Pennsylvania is Pymatuning Lake.

This year I will be competeing the Bassmaster Weekend Series - New York West Division, Keystone Bass Buddies Circuit, Club Tournaments, and the Lake Arthur Wednesday Night Tournaments.

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2 thoughts on “Cutting Costs For Fishing Line

  1. I like the video to go along with the tip of the week. When possible videos will be nice to go along with the totw.

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