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Discussion in 'Flathead Catfish' started by bobsmitter03, Mar 15, 2006.
what kind of line do you use (spiderwire, stren, triline...) and what pound test do you use?
Berkley Big Game Monofilament 20lb. Green. Duxrus Has A Couple Of Blacklights Mounted On His Boat And The Green Line Shows Up Really Well
I use 20 to 40lb berkley solar green on some reels and 40lb Solar green P-line on a few others.
Big game 30#. The only line if you ask me.
i use 200lb solar green p line lol....
Big Game 40#. Power Pro 80# when I fish the snags and brushpiles for the no stretch aspect of braid.
I go with big game line from 20#-40#.
I like 100# PowerPro.
have 25lb yellow offshore angler line from bass pro (really cheap and not a bad line! 1000yrds, $10) on my flat poles, 15lb test big game hi-test solar green on 2 of my channel poles, and 17lb solar green suffix on my channel "bank" combos.
I almost always use spider wire or power pro in 50-80lb. test. I just like the braided lines better. Especially fishing for flatheads the braid tends to stand up better in snags and rocks where the flatheads hide.
Big game 25# works great for me
cajun red lightning 30# and power pro 65#
I like Berkley big game 30lb. and 40lb. flourescent green.
40# big game line. i fish a rocky river with lots of wood snaggs.
I run 100 lb. power pro with a 40 lb. big game leader for big flats and blues, and 40 lb. power pro with 20 lb. big game leader for channels. Sometimes I mix and match different lbs. of PP with different lbs. of big game , but I usually stick with the forementioned mix.
I use 65lb test spiderwire and power pro
I use Berkley Big Cat or Big Game in the solar green color.
i use 20# vanish
30-lb berkly biggame.
Berkley Big Game 20# mono green