Microline

Your ideal fishing day out in the waters is all about good preparation, and having the best equipment that won’t let you down. At Fishing Superstore, we are passionate about making sure our customers are getting the most out of their fishing trips and catching the biggest fish!

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are many things multi-coloured fishing lines can be used for, one of them being controlling for depth and distance when casting. You can use the colour indication on your line to keep track of how far and how deep you have cast your reel, as the colours usually change around some intervals (for example, 10 m), and repeat themselves at each interval of length (for example, if there are 5 colours 10 m length each, you can expect the same colour to repeat itself after every 50 m).

Another aspect of the multi-coloured line that comes in handy when you are out in the waters is it helps you to understand how much line you have out during the fight with your catch. The speed at which the colours are coming back to your reel can shed a light on whether the technique you are using is working to your benefit.

At Fishing Superstore, we offer Krypto Microbraid by Austackle, which is just 0.05mm in diameter. This microbraid fishing line is not only extremely thin, but it is also non-stretching, super strong and durable - the thinness doesn’t compromise all the superb qualities of microbraid fishing lines. If you are looking for the safest bet type of fishing line - our Austackle Krypto Microbraid is your go-to.

As of now, it is hard to tell which manufacturer has the thinnest fishing lines, as the fishing industry is continuously evolving and the thinner options pop up in the market. Also the thinness of the line is highly dependent on how strong you need your line to be - smaller fish can be easily caught on super thin lines, while for bigger fish it will take a little bit thicker line.

Fluorocarbon lines are believed to be almost invisible in the water, due to the fact that it reflects the light almost the same way as does water, making them as close to invisible as possible.

However, you don’t have to stick to just one type of fishing lines to ensure invisibility - you can try different line colours to figure out what colour works best for the water you are fishing in. For example, green lines work well in freshwater in nature, as the water and its surroundings usually have some greenish hue and your fishing line plays into it.