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Line Question For Cranking Setup

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I have a citica that has 14lb suffix elite mono that I use primarily for cranking and some top water at times (I switch it between a bps cranking stick and 6ft6 rod)

 

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Would this line be better suited for cranking or the 12lb yozuri hybrid which I also have? 

 

 

 

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I figure the yz would work,***** plus I could use it as general purpose line if need be on the citica. It would allow a one rod setup at times if need be with a medium vendetta until I get a dedicated cranking reel.

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There is nothing wrong with either, the 12#  Yo-Zuri will get your cranks a little deeper if that is a concern but otherwise there isn't any thing that would make one better suited for cranking than the other

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There is nothing wrong with either, the 12#  Yo-Zuri will get your cranks a little deeper if that is a concern but otherwise there isn't any thing that would make one better suited for cranking than the other

thats good enough reason for me to take this stretchy mono off  :eyebrows:   

 

I think the suffix also frays pretty easy although it casts well.

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I prefer Fluoro for cranking as it gives your crankbait added depth.  I only use Mono for topwater and spinnerbaits when I don't want to slow roll them.  

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