How Much Line Do You Need On Your Inshore Spinning Reel
How much line do you really need for inshore saltwater fishing?
If you’re targeting redfish, trout, snook, and flounder back in the bays or on the flats, it’s a lot less than you may think.
And there’s a difference between how much you need to land a fish versus how much you need to have on your reel.
Check out the new video below that explains the difference!
How Much Line Do You Need? [VIDEO]
It’s rare that you’ll need more than 100 yards but 150 will definitely keep you covered!
You can do a monofilament backing if 150 yards of braided line is not enough to fill up the spool.
There may be times that you hook into a bigger fish that’s cruising the shallows.
But there’s no reason to get spooled.
When you see your line getting low, grab your spool to break the line.
You don’t want to leave all of that line out in the water.
One last thing to keep in mind is that different reels have different size spools.
There’s no one size fits all answer to how much line to put on your reel.
Here are some other helpful tips on this subject:
- How To Never Get Spooled By A Fish
- How To Spool Your Spinning Reel
- Why You Should Use A Mono Backing
- How Much Line To Put On Your Reel
Have any questions about how much line you need?
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