A good quality fishing line is not cheap.
For example, a high-quality fluorocarbon can run anywhere between $30 to as high as $85 a spool. It all depends on the weight of the line and the amount you buy. Now multiply that dollar amount by the number of reels that you have in your garage and we are talking about a serious investment.
With that being said, when it comes to spooling our reels, we want to know exactly how many yards of fishing line are needed so as to avoid wasting/spending money unnecessarily.
I don’t know about you, but I would much rather save some money on fishing line and spend the extra money on a new gear.
For that reason, in this post, I am going to show you how to figure out exactly how many yards you are going to need to top off your fishing reels. I also want to talk about a few tips that I have learned along the way to save some money on fishing line.