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Discussion in 'Fishing Line Review' started by Bullhead61, Oct 8, 2006.
I use 30# fireline. Works great for me. What do you all use?
I like the braided super lines myself. I prefer a little heavier though. Especially when fishing for flatties close to big snags. I like to be able to turn them quickly and keep them from wrapping me up.
25# big game for me
This year I was trying out Cajun Red Advantage line and liked it. I use silver thread too. I just ordered some High Seas Red Devil Hi-Vis line, to put onto a couple of my reels to test for a trip to Santee in the next few months.
I have 30 lb red cajun on all my reels
big game 15 pound test realy good for lakesand timber.
Stren 10# red box (regular) or the Berkley Vanish Transition on my bass rods. But we don't have those huge ol' flatties up here either! or probably Berkley Big game if I had to choose.
15 and 20 lb. Trilene Big Game. Tough stuff!
I just spooled one rod with 20 (was using all 15), and when I snag that one, I have to wrap a towel around my hand and wrap the line to break it.
Salt water Ande.
I use Sufix Tritanium Plus 30lb most of the time but also use 30lb Berkley Big Game and 30lb P-LIne
50# power pro on most
one of my reels has 80#power pro
Use Ande 40 and 50 lb mono for leader
I have 20# big game on a couple and 17# Cajun Red on a few more.
30# biggame is over and above the best line for its weight , results 65# blue and 50# flathead as well as numerous 10# to 40# fish on the same spool of line over 3 years old
I only use big game on all my catting rods. Ranging from 12#-25#. All depending on what im targeting that day.
I mainly use 20 pound braided line mostly because I use the same line for catching spotted and longnose gar, and I've seen them cut through 20# mono like it was nothing...
The other main reason I prefer braided is that I can spool about 200 yards of the stuff on my medium-action spinning reel and still set a hook from 100+ yards with no stretching (drift-fishing a river).
The only downfall to braided is that its a PAIN IN THE @SS TO TIE!!!:angry:
I Use 25# Berkley Big Game.
10,15, and 20 lb Big Game, but will put 50 or 65 lb braided, brand undetermined, when I have to respool my new 6500c3. Get to take it fishing tuesday if it doesn't rain too bad, its first baptism.
I use 25 and 30 pound Big Game. I have also used 25 and 30 pound P-line and do not like it nearly as much, i think it has bad line memory.
I like trilene big game, usually 40 to 50#. I have lost too many big fish on lighter line. Many years ago I tried fireline but it seemed to cut my guides up under stress. Haven't tried it since so maybe they changed it now.
Ande 30 lb test flourescent green, its real easy to see at night time. Strongest stuff you can use.