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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130129
04/22/19 02:26 AM
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Switched to sun line sniper or shooter depending on technique. With the right lbs etc.. and the Palomaís knot being tied correct, no overhand on a eyelet itís works awesome for me. JMO.

Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130134
04/22/19 02:33 AM
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Abrazx. You can get 1000yd spools from Walmart for $75-$95 online.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130485
04/22/19 03:03 PM
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Bass Pro XPS brand. It is around $20-$25 per spool depending on what pound test you go with but I stock up during their sales for 33% off. It is in a purple/yellow box



Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130504
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Iím beginning to sour on Red Label. Just so brittle and kinks up so easy and coils up bad too.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130641
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I use sunline SF and red label.... never a problem with either of them..... sunline is stout! 14 lb and up I almost have to use the trolling motor to break off if I get hung up.... straightens out the hook most of the time


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130844
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I use Tatsu. I justify the cost because I am 100% braid to leader on everything. A spool lasts a long time that way.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13130967
04/22/19 11:18 PM
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Re: Flouro [Re: Frank the Tank] #13132547
04/24/19 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
Iím beginning to sour on Red Label. Just so brittle and kinks up so easy and coils up bad too.
I don't care for it either.



Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13132704
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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13132873
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I like Seaguar and Trilene 100% fluoro pro grade. I have a couple of spools of Sniper and it's good line but it has a much smaller diameter and I think that is a lot more important than what the lb test rating printed on the spool says. I can flip bushes with Berkley 100% fluoro and not worry but if I spool up sniper 20# for flipping I'm going to break off often. 20# sunline is closer in diameter to Berkley 15#, and Seaguar is kind if somewhere in between the two (depending on which model: red label, invizX etc).


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13133434
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P line for me good stuff , just tie a good knot👌

Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13133452
04/24/19 11:25 PM
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Seaguar InvizX. AbraizX if you wanna retie less often.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13134398
04/25/19 06:36 PM
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I've used Berkley 100% quite q bit and still have some but like InvisX better. No complaints at all with it. Bulk spools via Walmart online.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13134753
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Seagular Invisx

But I am thinking of going with braid mainline and tatsu leaders now so save cost on fluro

Re: Flouro [Re: Big Swimbait] #13135288
04/26/19 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Big Swimbait
I use Tatsu. I justify the cost because I am 100% braid to leader on everything. A spool lasts a long time that way.


This is essentially what I do.


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