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#11702801 - 07/03/16 03:45 PM Monofilament
Wirebender Offline
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Registered: 07/29/02
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Loc: San Angelo
What is your favorite brand of monofilament....for poppers/prop baits and C Rig leaders?
...Thx.

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#11702808 - 07/03/16 03:49 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Loc: The Hilltop
Big Game.

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#11702810 - 07/03/16 03:50 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Berkley Trilene Sensation

My favorite mono is the Trilene Sensation. I've been burned by the Big Game Mono too many times, and now that I've switched to the Sensation, I'll never go back. I like how it's limp and super strong. It also has a good bit of sensitivity for if you were to ever use it for a jig or something. Awesome line!
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#11702812 - 07/03/16 03:51 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Trilene Big Game
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#11702813 - 07/03/16 03:51 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Berkley Big Game is all I use, I use a fluorocarbon leader on a Carolina Rig, usually 15lb. Invisx.

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#11702817 - 07/03/16 03:54 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: ko bass attack 27]
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I usually use fluor also on C Rig, but after watching several of the pros' videos, I am going to try mono and see what luck I have.

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#11702821 - 07/03/16 03:57 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Original Stren.
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#11702880 - 07/03/16 04:41 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
Ol Man River Offline
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Loc: Orange, Texas
Big Game for over 30 yrs because that's what a lot of guides on Toledo were using. Last year, our Fork guide had Big Game on all rigs...never failed me.

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#11702981 - 07/03/16 06:01 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Berkley Trilene XL Monofilament smoothe casting..12 pound.
XL stands for extra limp,..best I've ever seen. I use a lot for spinning reels,
and this is the best, I use about 20 feet of leader to braid,..love it..

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#11703395 - 07/04/16 12:06 AM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
Bill Durham Offline
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Registered: 11/10/12
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Loc: Crowley
Low Vis Green Stren.. has been great line for me for 20 years.

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#11703554 - 07/04/16 07:59 AM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
Kick Offline
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Loc: Dallas
Survey says.............Big Game

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#11703573 - 07/04/16 08:14 AM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Registered: 10/29/15
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Trilene XL has never let me down. Before flourocarbon came along it was all I used. Now pretty much 10- 17# for top water and 17# fro C-Rig. Big Game too stiff and inconstant for me but if it works for you guys stay with it.
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#11703598 - 07/04/16 08:26 AM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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Mustad has brought back one of their lines that I have had some great luck with. It is called Thor.

Walmart has it and it is priced way below what it should be. It is as good if not better than BIG GAME IMO but half the price and half as much stretch.

It is on all my customers rods/reels they use while with me and I cannot tell you how many have went and bought it after fishing with it.

Good stuff cast great low memory. Clear as Florocarbon. Give it a try I think you will be very happy with the line and the price.
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#11703641 - 07/04/16 08:58 AM Re: Monofilament [Re: Lake Fork Guide Marc Mitchell]
Ol Man River Offline
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Loc: Orange, Texas
Originally Posted By: Lake Fork Guide Marc Mitchell
Mustad has brought back one of their lines that I have had some great luck with. It is called Thor.

Walmart has it and it is priced way below what it should be. It is as good if not better than BIG GAME IMO but half the price and half as much stretch.

It is on all my customers rods/reels they use while with me and I cannot tell you how many have went and bought it after fishing with it.

Good stuff cast great low memory. Clear as Florocarbon. Give it a try I think you will be very happy with the line and the price.




Thanks for the info, I'll look for it and give it a try!

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#11703976 - 07/04/16 12:54 PM Re: Monofilament [Re: Wirebender]
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It is NOT a mono, but copolymer, but I like McCoys Mean Green for all moving presentations. I also use it form y C-rig leader, because it floats. Made with mono and silicone, GREAT toughness, very low memory and strong as an ox. I have straightened out #4 hooks on 15# test. Hope this helps. Tight lines, keeop safe and good luck.

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