## How do you determine line capacity?

Line Capacity The diameter of fishing line increases along with its strength, which means that higher test line takes up more space on the spool. For example, a reel that holds 160 yards of 30-pound test monofilament might only hold 120 yards of 40-pound test or 100 yards of 50-pound test.

**How is spool capacity calculated?**

Reel Capacity Calculation The reel factor and the cable diameter, allows you to calculate the approximate maximum cable length in feet that will fit on a specific spool. Divide the reel factor by the diameter of the cable in inches squared.

### How much line can a reel hold?

While line capacities of these reels have grown over the last couple of decades, they don’t hold a huge amount of line. A high-end 2500 Daiwa Exist holds 150 meters of 12-pound mono, the compact model holds 100 meters of 8 pound.

**How much line does a Shimano 1000 hold?**

Line capacity: 0.18-170/0.20-140/0.25-90. Line retrieve: 66cm.

#### How much fishing line is enough?

There needs to be some gap between the edge of your spool and the outer layer of your line. The normal recommendation is 1/8 inch gap and this does work in most cases.

**How do you calculate wire rope drum capacity in meters?**

How to Calculate Wire Rope Drum Capacity in Meters

- Measure the length of the barrel and record it as the barrel diameter.
- Measure the length from the top of one side of the flange to the bottom on the same side.
- Measure the length of the space in between the top and bottom flanges, and record as the drum length.

## How do you calculate the drum capacity of a wire rope?

drum capacity in feet = (A + D) x A x B x K K = factor from the table A = (H – D – 2Y) ÷ 2 Y = clear distance between edge of flange and wire rope (usually 1/2″).

**How much line can a 1000 reel hold?**

Small sized spinning reels (1000 – 3500)

Reel Size | Recommended Mono Line Strength | Recommended Braid Line Strength |
---|---|---|

1000 (or 10) | 2-4lb (1-2kg) | 4-8lb |

2000 (or 20) | 4-6lb (2-3kg) | 4-8lb |

2500 (or 25) | 5-8lb (2.5kg-4kg) | 5-12lb |

3000 (or 30) | 6-10lb (3kg-5kg) | 6-14lb |

### How much line does a Shimano 2500 hold?

Shimano Stradic 2500 HGFL

Reel Name: | Mono Line Cap. (test/yd): | Power Pro Braid (lb/yd): |
---|---|---|

Shimano Stradic 2500 HGFL | 6/200, 8/140, 10/120 | 10/150, 15/145, 30/100 |

**How is drum cable size calculated?**

Measure the diameter of the wire. Add the diameter of the wire to the diameter of the drum. Multiply this figure by the diameter of the wire. Multiply this figure by the width of the drum.

#### How is drum capacity measured?

Multiply the radius squared times pi times the height of the drum. Pi is approximately 3.14159265. The final result is the volume of the drum in cubic units, the same units you used to make the measurements. For example, calculate the radius squared (81 inches) times pi, then times the height (36 inches).

**How do you calculate drum capacity?**

## What is the formula for measuring drum capacity?

**How much line do you need for inshore fishing?**

Inshore Fishing Reels Opt for a reel that has approximately 150 to 200 yards of line capacity when using 10 to 15-pound braid. While chances are slim that you’ll get “spooled,” it can occasionally happen with species like jack crevalle (particularly jumbo-sized jacks), redfish, or tarpon.

### How much line do you need for deep sea fishing?

Deep-Sea Fishing In general, you can get by with a 6 to 7-foot medium-action offshore fishing rod with a heavy baitcaster reel and 20-pound test monofilament line. If you’re going for deep-sea bottom fishing, however, you’ll need 50-pound line.