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estero wrote: »
If you are happy with what you are using then stick with it. The price of braid makes it difficult for most to try this and try that. I know many that have used Power Pro for years and never had a problem. I do not see how feeling the line can make a difference. Most companies make a good line. Sufix, Fins, SpiderWire, Daiwa, Cortland etc. If you got the bucks try them all..........:)
binder077 wrote: »
The smoother the line, the longer the cast. Bottom fishing it won't make a difference. But the longer you can cast inshore means the further away you are from the mangroves or the more area you can cover in a single cast on the flats.
johnD wrote: »
I heard that 832 sinks , is that true ?
johnD wrote: »
I'm surprised cortland master braid and fins didn't do as well as PP in your test.
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I've never heard of it being spliced, not even sure how they could even do that? I'm pretty sure it's multiple continuous fibers woven?
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In all my years of fresh and saltwater fishing, I have NEVER had a line failure with Power Pro. I guess some people do. I simply have never experienced this. Have no idea why this line is bashed. That’s ok, it leaves more for me.
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