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I'm a big fan of 12 lb. Trilene Big Game. It seems like it's bullet proof and I don't remember having a break off with it.Sent from my moto e5 play using Tapatalk
On Table Rock I've always liked a green tint if I can get it . Does it matter ? beats me, but it's a mental deal for me. Another great line I forgot to mention is the Suffix Advance.
Sunline Defier. I don't use mono much, never on topwater. But I do crank with this in winter. Probably the less stretch of any nylon
With a popper / mono combo I'm looking at shorter more precise casts where braid may hurt more that it helps .
Quote from: chrisD46 on May 27, 2021, 08:54:06 AM With a popper / mono combo I'm looking at shorter more precise casts where braid may hurt more that it helps .It may or may not, depending on the type of rod and how the reel is setup. If the rod has a forgiving tip, and the drag is set up on the reel just right, braid can work in shorter distances. This may fall under as a personal preference.
Quote from: rb-nc on May 27, 2021, 07:46:33 AMSunline Defier. I don't use mono much, never on topwater. But I do crank with this in winter. Probably the less stretch of any nylonAre you using braid for topwater?I put some 10# blue braid on last week on a Revo X 20 paired to a 7'2 St Croix ML. I was using Zara pup and it threw like a sling shot. I don't know about the fish but I could not see the blue at all. I quit using it because my cousin couldn't see it either and I didn't want to tangle us both up.95% of all my rods are braid to some kind of leader. And I used to HATE braid. My son made the change too and he fished Dale Hollow a bunch, he just ran longer leaders. On the topwater rod I use a custom rod that I built with Microwave guide system on an Academy H2O reel with 30lb pink braid. Cast great and cuts down on fatigue of snapping the rod all day. The Sunline is an EXCELLENT mono. Cast great and low stretchI switched back to the Quattro camo line for topwater because fluro was keeping the nose down on my topwater lures. I'm curious as to what you're using on topwater. Sent from my SM-G970U using Tapatalk
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