Dangan Braid

Majorcraft Dangan Braid

MAJORCRAFT Dangan Braid has revolutionised the fishing market, delivering more sensitivity and improved casting distance for multiple fishing styles.

It is generally available in four and eight-strand varieties and Majorcraft has both. As the name implies, four and eight refer to the number of microfilaments weaved together. The difference is in the end product, with eight-strand being smoother and rounder.

This is because the fibres are woven differently to four-strand and the bundles are smaller, with a more even circumference along the length of the line or weave. It produces a supple, smooth line that is less likely to sing through the guides.

Eight-strand is generally more expensive to produce while four-strand is regarded as robust and less supple but better able to deal with the demands of offshore bait fishing for instance. It is also cost effective for a wide range of activities.

The new series covers general angling and squid fishing, with line available in both four and eight-strand, offering a top-quality line in two options. The Dangan Braid’s original yarn is a super-strong, polyethylene fibre made by Tobyo, which is custom twisted in a Japanese factory to develop a braid with lower stretch and higher sensitivity.

The Dangan comes in a range of strengths and is user friendly for beginners as well as having the performance needed for lure-casting anglers. Both variants have a super-smooth, slippery surface coating that reduces friction on guides and the reel, which increases casting distance and enables better line lay.

Majorcraft Dangan offshore and inshore line is multi-coloured in 10m increments, making it suitable as not only a casting line but a jigging option too. It is available in 150m and 300m spools from 12-50lb. Dangan Egi is pink and available in 8, 10, 12 and 14lb line classes in 150m lengths and can be used for estuary fish such as bream too.

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