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Discussion in 'Fishing Line Review' started by PTDixieGal, Mar 5, 2009.
Which kind of line do you prefer?
I usually use monofilament...I can use it in pretty much any setting.
I like the power pro braid unless it's ice fishin' lol...
I'm sold on Hi Seas Quattro, Camo,30# mono,, toughest stuff I've ever used,, the abrasion resistance is unbelievable for me.. If braid,, and I mean Power Pro see's something rough or sharp, it's gone,, too many dissappointments with that stuff while fishing the waters I hunt in..
I use 20# mono. I've tried braids and just dont like them.
I use Western XP 30# 8#dia. I can get 300yds of line on my reels fishing from the bank they will not run me out of line. I can make long floats too.
I use suffix super braid and love it. Its smooth casting, strong, and holds a knot really well.
I use 30# P-Line Floroclear/ flourocarbon coated Dia.0.50mm, and can almost get the full 260 yds on..
I bought some 20# P-Line Pure_Florocarbon that is 0.041mm in dia, and will get the full 250yds for sure.. Thats all I need. The 7000 pro rocket I just got will hold a little bit more,I'll fill it with the 30#.
Braid cuts to easy. IMHO:cool2:
i use mono just seems to work out better for me than braid
Mono on spinners, Dacron on casters...except for right now because I'm experimenting with some Tuffline XP on one of my casters.
I use Braided on everything. I like the not stretch no memory Idea.
I like mono myself,i bought me some braided line and put some on one of my reels but im thankin im not going to like it,but what the heck ill give it a try.
If I can afford P-Pro I use that . If I'm not using that I'm using Cajun mono.
I cant make up my mind:roll_eyes:. I use the Berkley big cat line and the Berkley Big Game line. I am also going to try out the Braided line as soon as I get a couple of more reels.:wink:
I use braid and mono. I like the 65 lb. and 100 lb. power pro. I use 100 lb. power pro on the tournament rods. We have also been testing some 80 lb. cajun braid for team catfish and so far really like it. Pulled a 33 lb. blue around a stump in 3 ft. water with it the other day with no problems and no apparent damage to the line.
As far as mono I use and trust premium salt water ande. It's abrasion resistant, throws well and ties strong knots. I Use 30 lb. on the 6000 and 6500's, and 40 lb. on the 7000 and 9000. Also use 50lb. and 80 lb. for leaders.
I only use mono never had a problem with it in any fishing condtion....so i stay with it .
I like mono over braided because i fish alot of rocky areas.
I use 100# Power Pro braid exclusively. It just fits my style of fishin' and the conditions I fish.
Bill in SC
30 lb.stren on my spining reels,80 lb.power pro on my cat bobber rigs,and 40 lb.salt water stren on my 209s and my 7000.
I started using 40lb big cat (berkley) abrasion resistant...green stuff is tough and works well in the rockey areas I fish round our dam...PP is good and well but ya hit some rocks and yer broke off quick:wink: