I take it this is in preparation for the chesil flatfish open,where a carpet of spiders await.i am thinking of trying braid for snoods to stop geting my hook nicked by spider crabs any one tride this?
carp anglers can use it because when there trace hits the bottom thats where it stays on a lake bottom.Better ask the carp boys about that...they have masses of info on braids for hooklinks, sinking, floating, stiff, floppy, you name it, they have it. Learn from them, thats what angling is all about.
Years ago, I was the one who introduced the use of Amnesia and Powergum to sea anglers, the first anti-twist material to reduce spinning pout problems I tried was a flat nylon braid marketed by Normark for flyline backing. It worked perfectly, but was very expensive, so I investigated other flyline backing, and Sunset Amnesia was the best, although the braid was better still, but then money talks!!!