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Thinking about switching to Flurocaron. I fish around some cover but it is not extremely thick. I would use the flurcocatbon for Flukes and Texas Rigged worms. What lb test is best for this type of fishing? Does a bait have better action on lighter line? Also, what brand do you like and why?

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The lighter the line, the better the action, especially for flukes. I fish fluoro for my fluke set-up. I use 8lb fluoro for my spinning set-up. If you're concerned about cover, maybe braid with a fluoro leader will be better for you.

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If you're going to fish both those type baits on the same rod I'd probably go with something like 14/15 pound. I use Sunline Super Fluoro because it's strong but pretty easy to fish with and affordable. 

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Tastsu #8 for spinning tackle, #20 on baitcasters.

 

 

 

 

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No need for anything heavier than 15# as the manageability issues will follow. I use 12# on casting gear mostly and have rarely felt undergunned around wood, rocks, or weeds.

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12lb Invisix and Trilene 100% FC are my favorites so far.  I also using some 8lb 100% FC for finesse fishing on a baitcasting set up and no issues so far.

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Spinning or baitcast? 

 

For spinning would not go above 10lb Invizx on reels up to 2500 size. If baitcast, for the situation you describe I would choose either 12lb or 15lb Abrazx

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