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Fluorocarbon #13823343 12/29/20 06:18 PM
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OK all, the million dollar question. I'm going to Bass Pro Shop Thursday to get ready for spring bass fishing. What fluorocarbon line to buy for square bill cranking also Rat L trap and any other a[application. Ones i have tried all twist, bad memory, and not worth the money i spend.. Please advise and be safe out there

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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823355 12/29/20 06:26 PM
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Take it from someone who loves mono and has been extremely hard headed about using fluoro for the same reasons you stated, this stuff is great, no issues with memory and in fact, I often forget that I'm using fluoro. I've tried alot of the other brands and they suck.

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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823363 12/29/20 06:30 PM
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Right you are-I used to use red label but switched to the Invisx and its all I buy now. Great line.

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823388 12/29/20 06:52 PM
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What Huckleberry said. I use both the 15 and 12 on most of my set ups.


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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823410 12/29/20 07:11 PM
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On moving baits like cranks and traps why do you need floro in the first place. I use Invisix for plastics, but use a co-poly for moving baits. Unless you are in uber clear water, I can't imaging it makes a difference. And a little give on cranks is a good thing to give them more time to get the bait in their mouth. What am I missing?

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Originally Posted by Greg W
On moving baits like cranks and traps why do you need floro in the first place. I use Invisix for plastics, but use a co-poly for moving baits. Unless you are in uber clear water, I can't imaging it makes a difference. And a little give on cranks is a good thing to give them more time to get the bait in their mouth. What am I missing?


+1. Copoly for moving baits

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823453 12/29/20 07:56 PM
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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Brent S] #13823480 12/29/20 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by B52
Originally Posted by Greg W
On moving baits like cranks and traps why do you need floro in the first place. I use Invisix for plastics, but use a co-poly for moving baits. Unless you are in uber clear water, I can't imaging it makes a difference. And a little give on cranks is a good thing to give them more time to get the bait in their mouth. What am I missing?


+1. Copoly for moving baits


Yep

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13823493 12/29/20 08:48 PM
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still had to beat 12lb big game....

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For moving baits I use Sunline Assassin 10/12 lb...Tried several other lines and this works best for me.

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: 361V] #13823546 12/29/20 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by 361V
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Great line!








Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: wh2004] #13823774 12/30/20 12:17 AM
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Originally Posted by wh2004
Originally Posted by B52
Originally Posted by Greg W
On moving baits like cranks and traps why do you need floro in the first place. I use Invisix for plastics, but use a co-poly for moving baits. Unless you are in uber clear water, I can't imaging it makes a difference. And a little give on cranks is a good thing to give them more time to get the bait in their mouth. What am I missing?


+1. Copoly for moving baits


Yep



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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Finesse Master/ Dropshot king] #13823777 12/30/20 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Finesse Master/ Dropshot king
still had to beat 12lb big game....


12 # McCoys Mean green is by far better than Big Game, unless you are on a budget and can only afford big game.

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Give P-Line CX Premium a chance, you will love it.


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