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90-120 lb wire traces

Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by portlandbill, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. portlandbill

    portlandbill Blenny

    merry xmas to all

    i need some info if any one can help, my dters boyfriend is going to africa sharking and needs some 15mtr 90-120 lb wire traces, if anyone has any info on suppliers etc. it would be much appreciated

    thanks dave
  2. peter catchpole

    peter catchpole Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    http://www.rokmax.com/, if whitby angling supplies cant help ,contact paul at rokmax
  3. DiscoMick

    DiscoMick Eat Fishing, Sleep Fishing, Drink BEER

    These any good.?

  4. rupert

    rupert Blenny


    Rokmax are good to deal with. :yes:

    I've also bought materials to make up my own shark traces from these guys - they are UK based too (You can change the prices from $ to £ on the website).


    Cheers, Rupert
  5. rdngd

    rdngd Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best


    In Florida for nearly 15 years I have been using single strand wire for all my sharking and use no 8 wire for fish up to 200 lb and no 12 wire for fish over 200 lb. I just use 36 in of wire then 12 ft 400 lb mono for the big ones and 200 lb mono for the smaller fish. The biggest hook is 10/0 for the bigger ones and just 7/0 for the smaller. The boat PB is 63 shark for one day and biggest 1000 LB + that fish took 2 hrs 23 mins and was on my standard trace a hammerhead over 11ft.

    Rodney Goodship
  6. fishysteve

    fishysteve North West Donkers

    i use this stuff its knotable as well so easy to tie your rigs up while your out fishing, landed plenty of blues here and bull sharks in cuba on the 90lb even had bulls on the 40lb when i wasn't after sharks
  7. portlandbill

    portlandbill Blenny

    thanks for the replies lads, should be able to sort something out now with the info and links :yes:

    may your lines b tight in the new year

    thanks dave

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