What is the sink rate of lead core line?

What is the sink rate of lead core line?

Our standard rule of thumb is 5-6 feet per color sink rate, at a trolling speed between 1 – 1.5 mph. When trolling at 1.5 – 2.5 mph using a one ounce lure in no current; the typical depth will be 6 – 6 ½ feet per color, or 1.25 feet per 2 yards of line. This depth will be affected either up or down by .

How long should leaders use lead core?

I use 10-15′. Get better action at the lure with shorter leads. Leadcore has its own action that works really well. Longer leads loses that leadcore action at the lure.

How long is a leader for lead core line?

Leader length can vary. I would normally start out with a 50- to 75-foot leader of 20-pound test and cut it back each day checking for frays and abrasion. Once the leader gets down to 15 or 20 feet, replace it. Connecting lead-core line to backing and to leaders can be a little tricky.

Can you use planer boards with lead core line?

If you use leadcore on a planer board, DO NOT put leadcore line in the clip. It will break inside core and eventually will break right off. I prefer using deep divers on braided line and add weight if you like.

What is lead core used for?

The main idea behind using lead core line is to let the line itself sink, enabling whatever lure you are trolling with to reach a deeper depth than it could dive on its own using monofilament or braided lines.

What is a good speed for trolling?

The best trolling speed depends on several factors including the type of fish, water conditions and lure choice. In general, trolling speeds between 1.5 and 2.5 mph, as measured by GPS, are a good starting place for most species like walleye, trout and salmon.

How much backing is on a lead core?

The most practical way to rig and fish lead core is to first spoon on about 200 yards of backing line. The backing line can be either monofilament or super braid. Because I rig my planer boards for fishing with monofilament, I select 20 pound test monofilament as my backing line.

How long is lead core fishing good?

What is lead core line?

Lead-core trolling line is made with a nylon-braided sheath and an extruded, lead center core. The outer sheath of nylon changes color every 10 yards, and is used as a gauge to keep track of exactly how much line you have out. Anglers refer to the colors when describing how much lead-core line they have out.

What is sufix lead core line?

Sufix lead core is designed with a high density lead center for excellent sinking speed. With 10 colors and 10 yards per color, Sufix lead core gets down deeper than other line so you can get to where the fish are smacking.

What is sufix 832 advanced lead core fishing line?

Product Details Sufix® 832 Advanced Lead Core Fishing Line is the first lead core to combine both Dyneema® and Gore® performance fibers. Combining these two fibers and braiding them around the lead core wire creates the fasting sinking, strongest, most abrasion resistant, roundest, UV-protected, lead core line available.

What is the strongest lead core line on the market?

100 yds. 200 yds. Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core Line is the first lead core line to combine Dyneema and GORE performance fibers. What this means to you is that Sufix 832 Advanced Lead Core fishing line is the fastest sinking, strongest, most abrasion-resistant, and roundest UV-protected trolling lead core line available.

When to replace the lead on a lead core line?

Simply put, the lead inside any lead core line is going to eventually wear out and need to be replace even if the sheath is still good. Why speed up the degradation of the lead in any one spot by clipping a board to it?