Not long, i usually re string the mono after 2 or 3 trips. and the reels are kept indoors. Does no one else have this problem? Maybe i should try a different brand mono?how long has ur line been on your reels.. momo builds a memory and it might solve some of ur problem
And I'm talking about a shark rig. Big horse mullet, 6-8oz spider weight.What kind of bait are you talking about. If it is a lead head and soft plastic, the problem most likely is the bait is not straight at all on the lead head. The straighter the bait on the lead head, the less twist/spin and more realistic it will be. If talking about a spoon, they are notorious for twisting line, especially if they are bent and reeled fast. These two baits are the most common line twisters. The only other thing that I could think of is that the swivel is not smooth enough to allow the twisting. Might try a different swivel of higher quality.
no its a daiwa sealine.are you using a spinning reel? they are bad about line twist, mainly when the drag is working and you continue to reel in.