Thank you @JunkyJuke , nope not too complicated , I understand it all. Thank you for the effort into that explanation.
Something I didn't think about is the amount of line on the reel due to the game not showing it in the GUI at all. I hooked something last night that ran and I started to panic
because I thought to myself " This thing is going to spool me as I can't see how many line is left on the reel and how many length I have to play with ". ( The GUI really should show that and is something that should be added. One really should have an idea of how many line you have left during a fish fight )
So the obvious happened , I tightened drag to stop the run , and lost the fish. You made me think about that again now and I see that the reel description shows the amount
of line it takes and I never really taken note of that as I am used to the GUI showing it in other games. I will definitely look into that now. Problem is with everything so extremely expensive in this game one doesn't have any options. Better gear and line can't be afforded. One simply can't enjoy and use the wealth of gear available due to the high prices.
But , what you basically are saying , I must either 1. Buy a reel with more capacity spool for 0.28mm line , or 2. Buy line that is thinner hence will fit more onto the reel. And this is where the problem then comes in again with the game not showing how much line your reel has on. If I for example put 0.18mm on there , how will I know how much the 0.28mm reel actually has on ?
Another question though , why am I not getting ANY common carp on my feeders , not even small ones bite ? That's something I don't understand. I only saw 1x 600g carp way in the beginning on my Telestick and another bigger one that snapped my line after I already had it dragged onto shore also on my Telestick. Why am I not getting any common carp at all on my feeders ? Just bad luck ?