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Carp lines are specialized fishing lines that are mainly used for carp fishing. They are made of high quality materials and designed to withstand heavy loads and durability when retrieving larger fish.

Carp lines are generally very strong and have high tensile strength. They are made of different types of lines, the most common being monofilament lines or braided lines.

  • Monofilament fishing lines are made from a single strand, making them flexible and relatively easy to use. They are abrasion resistant and handle heavy lures and weights well. Monofilament lines are available in different thicknesses (measured in millimeters) and tenacity (measured in kilograms).
  • Braided lines are stronger and thinner than monofilament lines. They are made of interwoven threads and offer greater sensitivity, allowing the angler to feel the movements of the fish better and faster. Braided lines are popular with anglers looking for maximum durability and sensitivity.
  • Leader Lines - Leash in carp fishing refers to a length of specialized line or material that is attached between the main line and the terminal tackle (hook and bait). Its purpose is to provide a set of benefits that can significantly raise your fishing game.
  • Main Line Lines - The main fiber (line) in carp fishing is a crucial component of your fishing setup, serving as a direct link between you and the fish. This is a strong and durable fishing line designed to withstand the powerful pulls, sudden waves and intense battles that carp are known for. Usually made of braided or monofilament materials, the main line plays a key role in determining your ability to hook, play and successfully retrieve carp.

It is important to choose the right thickness and strength of the line depending on the fishing conditions and the goals of the angler. Preferred line thickness and strength may vary depending on fish size, reservoir characteristics, and angler's personal preference.

It is also important to emphasize that its use depends on the type of fishing you practice. For example, if you are using the long throw method, you may prefer a line with more strength and less elasticity to achieve better control when casting a long distance.

When choosing carp line, it is important to pay attention to its color envelope. Lines with neutral or green colors are often preferred, which are harder to spot than the fish in the water.

It is also important to keep the line in good condition, regularly checking it for damage or wear. If you notice any damage, it is recommended to replace the line to avoid the risk of losing the fish while fishing.

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