Any angler probably thought what a positive effect only one of them could have would be a minor detail on the effectiveness of fishing. For example, the choice of flavoring for bait or model hook. It turns out that the use of a fluorocarbon leash can also have a positive effect. p>
Content p> What is Fluocarbon?
Fluorocarbon is a substance that forms when carbon and fluorine join. The leash material is made from a polymer that is known as polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF). The production process of flourocarbon is almost the same as in the production of nylon monofilaments. p> Production of fluorocarbon fishing line
PVDF in the form of plastic granules is supplied to the plant. At the factory, the pellets are poured into a special heated tank. In it, PVDF granules melt. After that, the liquid plastic is pressed through a special round hole. The result is a continuous tape of adhesive glue, which is a bit like plastic. This tape is cooled in water, as a result of which all polymer molecules are aligned in one direction. At this stage of manufacturing the fishing line is obtained with a large diameter. p>
In order to get a line of different diameters, it is passed through special heated rollers, with the result that the line stretches a little and decreases in diameter until the required thickness is obtained. Then the line is completely cooled, and it is wound onto special spools for delivery to fishing stores. p>
The main advantages of flurocarbon leads: p> Invisibility in water. The most important feature of flourocarbon is that it is completely invisible in water. The fact is that fluorocarbon has a low level of light refraction. Its refractive index is 1.42, which is very close to the refractive index of water. At the water it is 1.3. If we compare it with monofilament, then its refractive index is 1.52, and the braid has a refractive index of 2.1. Not subject to erasure and stretching. Therefore, flarocarbon is perfect for sharp and stiff hooks. Flyarocarbon is able to withstand direct deformation much better than a simple fishing line. It quickly sinks into the water column. It should be noted that the immersion of fluorocarbon in water occurs several times faster than the immersion of a nylon fishing line. The material is resistant to both high and low temperatures. When heated and cooled, fluorocarbon almost does not lose its properties. This property will be very useful when fishing in the winter, or when fishing in a hot tropical climate. Not wetted by water. As a result, the material does not swell even after a long stay in water and retains its shape.
Flyucarbon fishing line is used by anglers mainly for the manufacture of leashes when fishing for various accessories. p>
Spinning. In spinning fishing, flourocarbon is used as a leash from one to three meters long. p>
Float rod. Used as a leash from fifteen to thirty centimeters long. p>
Feeder. When fishing on the feeder, fluorocarbon is used much less frequently, since the rigging basically lies at the bottom of the reservoir, but with some rigging of the rigging, it can be used if the rig is located above the bottom surface. p>
When mounting the fishing equipment, you can use the well-known and very simple double fishing knot to tie the hook to the leash. p>
Fishing line for leashes you can buy such diameters: p> Line diameter 0.14 millimeters. Allows you to withstand a load of up to 1.36 kilograms. Diameter 0.16. Holds up to 1.83 kilograms. Diameter 0.18. Holds up to 2.17 kilograms. Diameter 0.2. A sustained load of about four kilograms. Diameter 0.31. Maintains a load of more than six kilograms.
As noted by many anglers, a fluorocarbon leash is very successfully used when fishing with spinning. Especially when catching perch and zander. When catching perch, you can use leads with a diameter of 0.2 or 0.3 millimeter. Thicker leashes are not advisable. p>
When catching pike you can use fluorocarbon thickness of 0.4 millimeters and above. With such a thickness, the probability that a pike will cut it with its sharp teeth is minimal. p>
It should be noted that when trout fishing it makes sense to use a fluorocarbon leash, as it is inconspicuous, and the trout is a very cautious fish. p> Conclusion
So, fluorocarbon fishing line - is an excellent material for the manufacture of leashes for spinning, float and feeder fishing. Such leads are almost invisible in the water, they do not twist and do not burst during strong jerks. Leads with a thickness of 0.4 mm can be successfully used for pike fishing. Fluorocarbon leads can be used very successfully for winter fishing, as in winter fish is especially fastidious to the thickness of the fishing line used. p>
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