wireline

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wire·line

 (wīr′līn′)
adj.
Of or relating to the transmission of electromagnetic signals through wires: a wireline network.
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Tip your braided line with 15- or 20-pound fluorocarbon leader, on a 6-foot, 6-inch to 7-foot medium action rod.
The butt sections offer ample stiffness and power to set hooks and lift big panfish out of cover, while the tips are sensitive and soft enough to protect braided line. Fine graphite tips help guide light jigs into tight quarters, such as tiny openings in vegetation or between tree branches.
While there are many benefits to using braided line, being undetected by fish is not one of them.
test braided line won't tangle in the plastic bottle.
We choose the Exo Tube model and ordered a micro Titanium spindle loaded with Spectra braided line, as well as an assortment of fishing, snaring, and fire-starting gear.
Incredibly, he used little more than a wooden centre-pin reel and heavy braided line.
Teflon insulating sleeving can be removed in the area covered by the hose bumper; however there should be no braided line showing.
Seconds later, it started stripping 200 yards of braided line off my reel until it seemed as if I had just a few turns left.
So he was delighted to fare much better just down the A19 near Boroughbridge, enjoying a Mmmm, Matteson's moment after his catch fell for a smoked sausage bait on a braided line.
Spiderwire Stealth Camo Braid features a unique camo pattern in a braided line. "It's great for situations where low line-visibility underwater is important," says Clay Norris.
Innovative Textiles started making Spider-wire braided line for another company, and the brand's popularity grew.
Braided line is increasingly popular for deepsea rigs.