If you are right into handline angling -which is a really pleasurable quest, incidentally-- opportunities are you have actually experienced twisted lines. It happens effortlessly: you lay the line on the ground, boat or pier area, and also when the lengths of line are annoyed, hairs move right into, under or over other fibers, which, when drawn tight, could catch those annoyed lines. This results in snarled lines of loose knots and also loopholes.
Do not tighten the tangle. While to a lot more conveniently see the loops you may need to make use of lines, consequently tightening the tangle rather, refrain from drawing them entirely tight. Doing this will make it much more tough to draw out the loopholes, and also will certainly offer you kinked parts of the line also. As you know, kinks in the line minimize its level of sensitivity to bites and also maximize the line's propensity to form new tangles.