Rodrigo...scroll up a few posts...I just explained it to AZ...its a spoof...making light of the "braid guys" on twitter and facebook. Those guys posting pics of their reels...slap full of expensive braid. I use lots
of braid, not just Power Pro, also Tufline, Nanofil, and Seaguar Kanzen. I use it on spinning and
baitcasting reels. That reel in the video, that's my topwater froggin' rig. That's 65lb. Power Pro on it, and I had to swing it directly into the ground just to get that backlash. Guys who try powercasting that skinny 20lb. braid on a baitcaster usually have the trouble you were referring to. That heavier line doesn't dig into itself like the lighter weights do. And I'm referring to shore fishing...powercasting...if you're in a boat just easily tossing to your targets...you'll probably never get those tangles. I know guys who use 15lb. to 30lb. braid on baitcasters...but for swinging as hard as you can...trying to reach a target 50yds. out...that rope on my reel in the video is the ticket.
Now back to the videos...pop some corn and try not to take it too serious this time as I offer tips for the Catfishermen on "proper" sporting etiquette: