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I use Trilene 100% all the time for plastic, and have for years. I use 15 pound under most applications. I have had little problems but always check to make sure the spool is tight before reeling in line. It's a habit now and do it automatically. You don't want any slack on the spool, if so you will get kinks and weak points. It lasts a long time. very sensitive, and abrasion resistant. Would not switch to something else.
I'm still using Seaguar InvizX and Sunline Sniper FC lines as I believe they are good all - around FC lines for the money .
Sounds like your using a spinning rod...
Well I've put the Yo-Zuri Top Knot 100% through its paces and gave it a pretty good work out. I was pleasantly surprised at how well I liked it. I used 12lb. on my crankbait rod for squarebills, deep divers and lipless crankbaits. The line handled well and was very manageable. I had no issues with stiffness or it coiling. Casting distance was good and I didn't notice any change from the other lines that I've used. As far as toughness, I was able to catch a bunch of fish on the line and had no problems with break offs or excessive fraying. I boat flipped quite a few fish with no problem. I couldn't test the sensitivity as I was using a composite crankbait rod. I wonder how it would perform for worm fishing or other bottom contact baits?So far YoZuri Top Knot is a good consideration for an economical 100 % fluorocarbon for people that don't want to break the bank. Sent from my moto e5 play using Tapatalk
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