And your point is??????Cap_Slayer said:Braided Line for fishing in the Vedder :evil: :evil: Mono is the better way to go, for braided works best if you are into Flossing/snagging fish :evil: :evil: Fraser is the best place to fish with braided :wink:
This is the same setup that I use.For floating jigs or any float fishing, most Americans use a spinning reel and a 9- 10 ft rod, loaded with braided line(IT FLOATS). They will sometimes have a mono section of mainline to put their float on and join this to the braided line. Their leader is mono.
How does it make any difference if you use any lb braid for mainline if your using a lighter leader? Its the exact same thing as using mono main with a light leader. Using braided line is unsporting and unethical? Hello, Looney Bin, I've got another patient for you.
What I am saying Sanderson is that when people use Braided or Fireline and fish the same "FLOSSING / BOTTOM DREDGING" .... there ya happy I said it ........ they are not Sport Fishing. Certainly my sanity is not at question here ..... yours ............ maybe. :roll:Although braided line is widely used in the Fraser, It certainly doesn't need to be used in the Vedder River. Two totally different types of fishing ..... unless your in the habit of using "FRASER RIVER TECHNIQUES" on the Vedder River as some do now. (Notice .... no mention of flossing).
I certainly did not call everyone a beak or snagger just because they used braided line ....... but the people that use "FRASER RIVER" techniques on the Vedder while using braided line certainly are. Just stand on the Bailey Bridge and watch the beaks put on another gong show this summer. Hey is that Sanderson down there ......... smile & wave. :lol:I think a number of posters on this thread , need to try these techniques out, before making sweeping accusations that this stuff is only for snaggers and beeks.