When fishing with a braided line, use a heavier weight than you would use with a monofilament line to get the bait down to the fish. You can also use a slightly larger hook to help keep the bait on the hook.
Be sure to check your knots frequently and retie as needed, since the braided line is stronger than the monofilament line and can break easier.
Once you have the right gear in place, it’s important to learn how to handle your bait and lure properly. Cast out your bait and wait for the fish to bite before setting the hook. Be sure not to jerk the line or pull on it too hard, or you may end up losing your bait or fish altogether.
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