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when do you use smoke colored line and clear line. Does it make that big of a difference

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When ? Whenever you want, it makes no differnce at all, actually I prefer smoke to clear because I can see it better.

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the conditions i ment...so basically its a preference thing??

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Smoke blends almost perfectly with stained water (Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers specifically).

 

 

 

 

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I feel like it almost acts like sunglasses when underwater. When the sun hits clear line it gives off a glare under the water. The smoke mutes it a bit. Same concept with green line.

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the conditions i ment...so basically its a preference thing??

 

Under any condition you can use smoke colored line.

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Just another personal preference thing.... Basically everything in fishing is. I prefer a colored line (generally Low Vis Green) because I can see it better.

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I use clear, smoke and green color. The smoke line is the better choice for my eyes when line watching a weightless senko. If fishing gin clear water it might not be the first choice, but the waters in NE Ohio usually have some stain to them. I had never heard of, or seen line in a smoke color until I found a 1lb spool of YoZuri Hybrid in 10#. I'm so happy I jumped on that!

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I feel like it almost acts like sunglasses when underwater. When the sun hits clear line it gives off a glare under the water. The smoke mutes it a bit. Same concept with green line.

i like using green line for spinnerbait fishing

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