What's the lightest pound test monofilament you've ever used for panfish? I've gone as low as 2 lb. test for bluegill, shellcracker, redbreast sunfish, redeye(rock bass), and green sunfish in open water. However this line seems to get harder to find. Most of the time I used this for fishing with 1-1/2" Rebel minnow lures, the 1-1/2" Rebel crawfish crankbaits, 1-1/2 cricket crankbait, or maybe 1/64 oz-1/32 oz jigs or Trout Magnets. I have also fished for trout with 2 lb. test in uncluttered clear water. That stuff casts great. If fishing for crappie, I upsize to at least 4 lb test for open water and tiny crankbaits, 1/16 oz jigs, or the tiny Rat-L-Traps. If I'm fishing brushpiles with minnows, I think it's best to use at least 6 lb. test or even 8 or 10 lb. test. Once I saw Bill Dance on his TV program fishing with 1 lb. test. He was catching bream up to 1/2 pound and small largemouth about 8" to 10" in an open water pond using tiny curly tail grubs. Talk about setting a loose drag, man! I've never seen one pound test for sale.