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Re: Line for White Bass [Re: BrianTx01] #14234975 12/31/21 02:09 PM
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I've been fishing for whitebass for over 50+ years and the majority of my go too rod and reels have been spooled with 10# mono.
I've caught and landed fish up to 20# over the years from Largemouth Buffalo that would cover the lid of a standard sized Igloo ice chest to stripped bass and hybrids.
I'm guessing, but I probably caught the majority on an original Zebco 33. (which I still use to this day)

Last edited by Jimbo; 12/31/21 02:31 PM.

Just one more cast!

Re: Line for White Bass [Re: BrianTx01] #14242253 01/07/22 06:28 PM
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I use 4 lb. Test on my ultralight. And 6 lb. Test on my medium action rod. I try to go as small as possible when casting the river, and a little bigger when trolling. IMHO 10 lb. Test is the largest as I would go. Maybe even 8.


No matter where you go, there you are.
Re: Line for White Bass [Re: BrianTx01] #14242848 01/08/22 02:05 PM
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I tried 8 lb once, and it felt too stretchy for me.

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