Fishing QuestionsCategory: QuestionsHow is fishing line test measured?
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6 Answers
Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 5 days ago
The fishing line test is measured in pounds (lbs). The higher the poundage, the stronger the fishing line. For example, a 12-pound fishing line can withstand a weight of 12 pounds or less without breaking.

Wilson answered 5 days ago
Fishing line is typically measured in a pound test. This term is derived from the weight that a given line can support before breaking. For example, a fishing line that is rated as a 10-pound-test can support a weight of up to 10 pounds before breaking.

Martin Staff answered 5 days ago
The two most common tests for monofilament fishing lines are the breaking strength and knot strength.

The breaking strength is how much weight the fishing line can hold before breaking, while the knot strength is how strong the knot is between the fishing line and the hook or lure.

Both tests are important to consider when choosing a fishing line, as you want a line that has a high breaking strength and a strong knot.

David answered 5 days ago
Fishing line test is measured by how much weight the line can hold before breaking. The higher the pound test, the stronger the line. For example, a 20-pound test fishing line can hold up to 20 pounds of weight without breaking.

Carlos answered 5 days ago
Fishing line test is measured by how much weight the line can hold before breaking. A higher test rating means a stronger line that can hold more weight.

Bernard answered 5 days ago
It is measured in pounds. The test of a fishing line is the amount of weight it can hold before breaking.