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Sufix Vs Power Pro Vs Yo-Zuri

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What's the difference between them and which would be the best all around line. I've heard mixed opinions about them.

Sufix 832

Power Pro

Yo-zuri hybrid

Thanks

-Carlos

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What's the difference between them and which would be the best all around line. I've heard mixed opinions about them.

Sufix 832

Power Pro

Yo-zuri hybrid

Thanks

-Carlos

Well, the first two being braid, make for excellent choices for using as a mainline, the YZH is great as leader material.

On spinning gear I choose braid for its zero-memory and high strength to small diameter. I'll always tie on a leader. Will do same for bait casting, but line management is more critical (IMO) on spinning gear.

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X2 with what Darren said. I'm not a big fan of yozuri hybrid though, I prefer flouroclear.

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I fish usually muddy or dark ponds and lakes. You can see maybe a max of 1 foot maybe 2 at one place and the other depends on water levels and boat traffic. Somebody recommended straight braid.

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Spinning tackle:  #6 Yo-Zuri Hybrid

 

Baitcasting gear: #12 Hybrid

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Which should I pick up Saturday for the spring classic. I have a little extra for line. If not I'll just buy mono.

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