It is somewhat humorous that the lead-core line has become all the rage for fishing for salmon and large lake trout in recent years. The line has been in use ever since the time when downriggers were not yet in existence. Anglers, on the other hand, are rediscovering how straightforward yet efficient the lead-core line can be.
Trolling line with a lead center core typically has a nylon braided sheath and a lead center core that has been extruded. The outer sheath of the nylon varies in color every ten yards, and this serves as a gauge for determining the precise length of the line that is currently extended. When expressing how much lead-core line they have out, anglers typically refer to the colors of the line. To put it simply, the amount of line you let out determines the depth to which the trailing lure will go. Spools of lead-core line come in lengths of 100 yards and 200 yards respectively. In the lingo of trolling, a full core refers to either a full spool of 100 yards or 10 different colors of the lead core line.
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