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What Type Of Line Should I Be Using?

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I like to use soft plastics, from everything i've read/watched i think flouro or braided is what i want. I think flouro will be better for me, but asking to make sure im not wrong. Where i have been fishing normally does have a lot of plants/vegetation. And if i should be using flourocarbon what are some good brands? I know with braided seems like everyone either uses Power Pro or Sufix 832.

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Im not a fluro user but I know a lot of people recommend Seaguar Invizx

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Been useing 15# Invisix for 3 years now for all plastics and light jig's, and I've found no reason to switch.

 

 

 

Mike

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I don't know that there's a line you should be using, as there's no one right answer. I've been using braid for everything, but I have my reasons. Before braid I used mono. Never used fluoro, but I'm sure that'll work too. You should probably learn about the properties of each line type and then decide which is right for you.

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I've used Sufix Invisiline and Seaguar Invizx and the Sufix is fine, but does require line conditioner whereas the Invizx does not. The invizx does have a bit of stretch as far as fluoro goes, but it's sensitivity is unmatched. If you have ANY presentations that fall on slack line, I would shy away from braid for those purposes, but that is just my opinion. I have felt bites with fluoro while picking out a backlash, but braid requires you to watch the line intensely.

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For the cover your suggesting i would go with abrazx to make sure your line is not fraying bad. Also as was mentioned the abrazx wont have the stretch either but i dont think you can go wrong with any seaguar jmo.

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