- with Teflon coating
- High load capacity
- low stretch
- UV light resistant
- Long service life
- 12 knots per cm
- neutral swimming behaviour
- Long throws
- No wigs
- No colour loss
The ideal reel spooling for lake and river:
approx. 75 % braided Visible or Invisible Touch
20 % monofilament 40s (as a stretching component so that the lead a.) does not move in the current (river) and b.) remains in the same place in the lake during a storm.
5 % 50-60 line
How much line fits on my reel?
5000 Daiwa Entoh > exactly 600 m of 0.17 mm Visible or Invisible Touch + 20-30 meters of monofilament 50 striking line (SHOCK IT).
On the spool of the Daiwa Entoh the following capacity for monofilament line is indicated: 0,40mm = 280 m
You can now calculate your required line quantity with the rule of three: 600 x (indication of 40 mm mono on your spool, e.g. 200): 280 = approx. 430 m
Extra Tip 1:
When spooling, we recommend a damp cloth
with dishwashing liquid to remove the manufacturing materials / residues of the
This way the line has hardly any surface tension right from the start
, which prevents any line from sinking, which is
Loose on the surface.
After removing the assembly from the dinghy:
A return with a rod submerged in the water up to 50cm,
provides further security to protect the line from
water sportsmen even at long distances.
Its neutral sinking behaviour ensures that it neither sinks further nor rises to the surface.