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Old 08-05-2012, 07:28 PM
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Default Re: Double Haul.... Won't.....

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Originally Posted by navycop10 View Post

As long as it's not damaging the line, spooking the fish, or interfering/causing this problem, I would assume a little noise can be tolerated? Or is every rod/line set up nearly silent as my old gear?
Not only won't the noise bother the fish, some of the textured high tech lines like Sharkskin make noise as they are cast.

What we hear as noise with our ears cannot be heard under water because the vibrations in the air are reflected when the hit the water surface. Water is 700 times as dense as air and that density difference does not allow what we would hear as noise to penetrate the water.

What fish do hear is the direct vibrations of us walking on shore or wading that is transmitted directly through the ground and water. They do not hear is so much as "feel" it through their lateral lines.
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