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Sufix Tritanium Plus - Any Experience?

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Last Friday I finally got fed up with the 50 pound spiderwire stealth on my flipping stick (i.e. I got tired of it getting hung up on my guides while pitching). I usually use P-Line CXX for my non-braid bottom contact rods, but Academy was out of 17lb test spools. So I picked up 20lb Sufix Tritanium Plus as a cheap alternative until I could what I wanted. Being a copolymer I thought it would have less stretch than standard mono, but it was only $6 per 300yrd spool. It's got a pretty good review on TT, and I know some saltwater guys swear by it, but I trust yall more than any one. So in your experience, how is it?

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I'm interested in hearing more too. I love Sufix Siege, trying the cheaper "21" stuff and it seems great so far. If they could make a great fluorocarbon I'll go all Sufix in a heartbeat.

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I learned about it from snook fishermen in south Florida - they use it around bridges which is a tough proving ground. I find it to be the most abrasion resistant line I've experimented with - I just got a spool of 21 but haven't used it long enough to know if it is near as tough as the tritanium. You want a tough line tri is it.

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