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Jeremy Lawyer’s Guide to Using Sunline’s Almight Line for Forward Facing Sonar

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Jeremy Lawyer talks about Sunlines new sinking braid "Almight" and what the benefits are to using it.

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Video Transcript


Everybody's in the know right now with what forward facing sonar has done as far as throwing a jig head and some sort of a swimmer out there or, you know, just a damiki style bait. You know, and Sunline has a brand new line out just for that. This is the All Might. This is a pink line, but what really intrigues me about it is how small a diameter it is  it actually weighs more than any other braid that you're going to be able to utilize a forward facing sonar.

 

And what that allows it to do is actually sink in the water. It kind of defines it. When you look out there in your forward facing sonar, you see the bow of your line to your bait. Even though I'm using a fluorocarbon leader, it still has a bow there where it's not sinking fast enough. The All Mite will actually cut that corner and make more of a straight line straight to your bait.

 

It's going to allow better hookups, fill your bait better, all kinds of different things. It casts a mile, it's super quiet. I like to pair it up with an FC leader from Sunline, you know. It comes in two colors. 10. I mean, you can get all kinds of sizes depending on your water clarity, but that two, uh, pair ups together really seems to fit for forward facing sonar down around Table Rock, where I'm from, out here in the Carolinas at Hartwell.

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