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The Running Trace System

The clip-on-trace system uses a running trace which can easily slide between stoppers on the mainline.

The system is very productive saltwater fishing tackle, the fish can run after picking up the baited hook until the clip strikes a stopper. This action actively sets the hook into the fish.

Another benefit of the running trace system is because the traces are not fixed to the mainline they are much less likely to twist around it.

The running clip system is also much safer than longlines with traces tied to the mainline.

Once the trace is taken off the mainline the line can be safely run back out if the line is snagged or a big fish or shark is caught.

The stops on the pre-stoppered mainline used in all Paul's Fishing Kites products are spaced at two metre intervals.

In use, a trace is clipped between stoppers, then two stops are let go before the next trace is clipped on.

This leaves an empty space between traces so the hooks can not touch or the traces tangle with each other

 

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