Grow in the dark luminous stainless steel wire assist line for fishing
For anyone who is jigging and sick of getting cut of by toothy pelagics like Mackerel etc then this is a must see. The SWT-008609 assist line goes in between the jig and the leader where most times is where the jig is bitten off. It is made from stainless steel wire and comes in a range of breaking strains and light enough to be used with micro jigs.In addition to this, SWT-008609 assist line with luminous coverd, fishing enthusiasts are able to clearly see the situation of fishing hook.
High LASE (load at specified elongation)
High tensile strength
Low elongation to break
High modulus (structural rigidity)
Low electrical conductivity
High chemical resistance
Low thermal shrinkage
High toughness (work-to-break)
Excellent dimensional stability
High cut resistance
For branch line use
Visible at night
If you’ve been jigging for some time, you’ll definitely have wondered to yourself: exactly how do those assist hooks get tied onto the jigs? After all, you can’t end up buying a new jig every time the hook gets torn off, blunted, bent out of shape or otherwise needs changing! Well, look no further.
Now let me konw how to solve it.
Step 1: Double the assist line over to form a U-shape, and tie a loose overhand knot with the doubled-over line. The loop of the assist line should have a height that is about a third of your jig’s length.
Step 2: Slip the hook, point first, through the overhand knot.And Tighten the knot so that the knot rests just below the eyelet. Turn it so that the loop is on the back (e.g. opposite end of the hook’s point) of the hook.
Step 3: Thread the loop through the hook’s eyelet and pull tight.
Step 4: Trim away the excess assist line, leaving about 1-2cm of excess. You are now able to use the assist hook as it is now, but if you are kiasu…
Step 5: Bind the excess to the hook’s shank with braided mainline.
Step 6: Tie a knot to hold the braided line onto the shank. We recommend a figure-of-eight knot, commonly used in fly tying, but any knot will do. Cut the remainder off. And Apply a thin layer of super glue onto the line.
Step 7: Using a pair of needle-nose pliers, stretch the heat shrink tube until it can comfortably fit over the hook’s eyelet.
Step 8: Place the hook’s shank into the tube and apply heat gently to every part of the tube, causing it to shrink and tighten against the entire bundle of braided line, assist line and shank.
1.Unit price:The price depends on the material,the accessory,the size you choose.
2.Discount:According to the quantity of order.
1.We supply for free samples based on our own products.
2.Customer need to pay the freight cost.
3.Sample can be designed according to customers' demand,but we require some extra cost. Sample charge is different.Usually it is 50 to 300 US dollars.
4.Processing time:3-5 days for sample produce process.
1.Service:AAA grade quality at very competitive price and relative-perfect services.
2.Material:Friendly-to-world yarn and ECO dyes without heavy material content.
3.Technology:We could provide any design you need with our own machine factory.
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