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Braided Vs. Monofilament Line

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Hey Everyone, I was wondering if braided line was just as smooth as monofilament line. If it is what is your favorite brand of braided line?

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NOTHING about braid is smooth! It's great stuff when you need it though. I like the Neon? 50# 832.

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What do you mean by smooth? Smooth to cast? I find it to be. I use power pro 30-50lbs depending on application.

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What kind of braided line do you use?

Power Pro or Suffix 832 are among the best. I like 30-50# for most applications.

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What kind of braided line do you use?

Spiderwire Stealth, and Power Pro. I like the Stealth for my 65# because its 12# dia. Power Pro for my 40#.

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I mainly use PP, Fins if available, and have tried many others. I use 10-15-20# only, I'm fish pretty much moving baits only and I look for the one on sale. I haven't found enough difference to get that choosy.

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Power Pro, Spiderwire, and all that stuff is like a bandsaw, far from smooth. But then again, no braid is mono smooth. The smoothest braided lines out there are Sufix 832, Power Pro Super Slick 8, Daiwa Samurai, and a few others I cant think of ATM.

However, for the smoothest superlines, look for fused superlines as apposed to braided. Look at Original Fireline and Sufix Performance fuse.

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