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Copily vs mono #13176222 06/04/19 10:28 PM
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Does copoly float as well as mono. (Top water application).


Re: Copily vs mono [Re: Chet] #13176279 06/04/19 11:32 PM
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There are copolys that float, some are neutrally buoyant, and some sink

McCoys Mean Green is more buoyant than mono
Pline CXX is another copoly that floats really well


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Re: Copily vs mono [Re: Chet] #13200106 06/30/19 04:40 AM
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What collincountytx said. I use McCoys Mean Green for all moving baits and even Texas rigs, but not C-rigs. I use it as leader material on Crigs, though. Hope this helps. Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.

Thad Rains, been using McCoys since 2000.

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Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.

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