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EdRitchie

Gander Mountain Flouro carbon

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Was wondering if anyone has any input on this line . $24.00 or so for 400 yards seems like a good deal and it says made by Sunline exclusively for Gander Mountain.

I using there braid witch seems great to me .

Thank you

Ed

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I use the 12lb.  You can't go wrong for the price in my opinion.

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i got a spool of the 12 lb test the other day myself and put it to use this morning. first off, it's a little fatter (0.013") than what i'm used to but it casts ok on my revo  rigged with a 3/16 bullet and plastic and did not seem "wirey" but softish. although it is made by Sunline the line diameter is slightly fatter than both the shooter and the super fluoro for the same pound test. i did have some fraying on stumps and brush but nothing out of the ordinary. senstivity was good. my palomar knots held up too. so far i like the line.

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i happy with the GM fluro i purchased this spring its 8lb i use on a lews mach 1 spinning reel throwing stick baits for bas and baby jerkbaits for perch and walleye.  its probably not the greatest line i ever purchased but at the price they have it for 400 yrds its deffinately the best bang for your buck... wait hold that thought its probably num 2 cause wen i was younger i couldnt go wrong with stren XTused that for everything under the sun lol.  but ya GM fluro is a decent line for a great price

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I've been using GM 10# fluoro on a baitcaster for about 4 months now and I like it.  As others have said, it's thicker than other brands (the 10# GM is about the same thickness as 12# Seaguar) but it handles well and I have no complaints.  I will buy it again.

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