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Old 09-27-2015, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default braided Line & Fluro ?

Not trying to start a line War.

But seriously what do yall think is the best braid and fluro?

I question that samurai braid? I heard its amazing, round and silky smooth.

Ive always used power pro super slick.
It does the job

As for fluro

I use seagar green label.
Very expensive and im a bit tired of paying for it but it is a great line.



Im asking for yalls comments, reviews, and opinions all in which ill take into consideration.
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Old 09-27-2015, 09:17 PM   #2
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Berkley Vanish or Seaguar Red Label. No reason to pay for more expensive flouro when both of those work excellent. For those who complain about knots slipping or the line breaking at the knot - news flash, you're not tying your knots correctly.

Sufix 832 or Super Slick for braid.

Actually, I do use Seaguar Blue Label a lot, since it's usually on sale at Dick's.

Just my thoughts.
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Berkley Vanish or Seaguar Red Label. No reason to pay for more expensive flouro when both of those work excellent. For those who complain about knots slipping or the line breaking at the knot - news flash, you're not tying your knots correctly.

Sufix 832 or Super Slick for braid.

Actually, I do use Seaguar Blue Label a lot, since it's usually on dale at Dick's.

Just my thoughts.


Good call on the knots bro.

Thats 1 talley for 832, more to come Im sure, but like you with fluro super slick is cheaper* : so is 832 worth it.....? Do explain. I know Jeff as well as you choose it but the question is why?


I know Im not the only one who has this question in mind. With sooooo many lines on the market. Im torn if weather I should even switch or not.
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Braid I really don't have a preference I guess I would say super slick and I use seaguar blue label flouro
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Check this site out Josh.

http://www.paulusjustfishing.com/4linetestingbuy.htm
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That was an eye full hahaha.. sweet website, I like it.

But what im really looking for is cast ability, abrasion resistance, and knot strength - Along with price
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Braid I'm not as picky with, but primarily fish Power Pro super slick and Spiderwire Invisibraid.

Fluorocarbon for me means Seaguar Blue Label. I've used others with ok success but to me Seaguar seems to have the best abrasion resistance, knot strength, etc.
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Daiwa samurai braid is awesome but expensive! I mainly use regular power pro and have never had a problem with it. I picked up some Chinese braid and it seems to be pretty decent line just a lot thicker than other braids. If samurai braid was cheaper it would be my go to.

As for flouro, I use saguar blue label that I stock up on at the outcast sale. When I run out ill use the cheap flouro. Honestly can't tell much of a difference and it doesn't seem like the fish can either.
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I use regular powerpro not the slick. As for flouro dont use it at all just mono usually suffix works just as good if not better and is a hell of a lot cheaper. If I need super strong mono leader I use trikfish.
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Regular Power Pro, moss green, and Berkley Vanish leader.
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