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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Huckleberry] #13825845 12/31/20 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Huckleberry
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: Frank the Tank] #13826134 12/31/20 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
Give P-Line CX Premium a chance, you will love it.


I second this for moving baits. It's tough and limber. Make sure you get the cx premium and not the cxx, the cxx is like wire.

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: NELA Bassguy] #13826145 12/31/20 03:06 PM
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and the clear blue is fluorescent and easy to see above the water in the day or at night with a black light

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13826393 12/31/20 04:55 PM
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Mason line is great! I use the Bass On and 17lb charcoal brown color. Very thin, limp and very strong

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Finesse Master/ Dropshot king] #13827758 01/01/21 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Finesse Master/ Dropshot king
still had to beat 12lb big game....

My best friend uses bright green big game and flat wears them out on cranks and spinnerbaits.


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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13827775 01/01/21 04:31 PM
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I have been using Viscious fluoro. Bought it as a cheap line to take to Mexico. It held up so well I just switched to it. Two years now not a single break off or issue with the stuff. You can get 500 yard spools for $20. If you have never fished Mexico it is usually a slugfest. You can catch a lot of fish down there.

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Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13828550 01/02/21 01:35 AM
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Sunline Sniper to me is still the best all around line...however, I prefer AbrazX when cranking. Not sure why....just seems to hold up a little better around brush.

Re: Fluorocarbon [Re: Cypress Trout] #13828830 01/02/21 04:46 AM
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Ordered some of that 15lb invisx and a 8.1 Tatula ct. Will go find me a heavy 7’3” rod at academy tomorrow. Will be my t-rig casting rod.

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