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Anybody use it for Pitchn' N Flippn'... Not in the salad, but around stumps, laydowns, light weedy areas and the such.

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Sure, I use copoly for 9 out of my 10 set ups I have braid on 1 for slop/frog.

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I don't, but see no reason not too if your rod is sensative enough.

I like floro better for bottom contact presentation's in the areas you mentioned, but that's just me.

Mike

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I don't flip much.  I've tried many different lines for pitching.  My current favorite is Seaguar Abrazx.   I've got rigs with 20 and 15 and 10 that I use depending on lots of different things.  Yeah, there are some line memory issues, but line treatment solves those, either Reel Magic of KVD line treatment.

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17 or 20lb P-line CXX is the only line you should be considering.

 

 

Agree with this 100% with the addition of 15#. 15# CXX is pretty strong stuff.

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15-20 McCoy Mean Green, low memory (esp with kvd l&l), abrasion resistant, and low stretch, fantastic line for the money, and made in USA.....what's not to love?!?

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I'd definitely look into the P-Line CXX. I use this line in 25 lb. for my a-rigs and it bends hooks out when I get snagged. I'm sure it will be fine around stumps and sparse weeds. Line is ridiculously strong.

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I use to use Pline exclusively before I went to fluoro. I would still use it with confidence if I had to. 

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