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Sunline SX1 vs. Power Pro

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Specific to Shaky Head & Wacky Senko - for both applications I'm down to considering Power Pro#10 lb. main line braid & Sunline SX1 #12 lb. main line braid ... For those familiar with both braid lines , is there a noticeable  difference in the sinking qualities / performance  between these two braid main lines for Shaky Head and Wacky Senko applications  ?

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I use the SX1 but higher lb and switch between 7-10lb Sniper for leader. I have had pretty solid success with it. Have never used PP in that low of a lb test but both should be equally noisey lol Sunline has another finesse Braid as well that is fairly new, TX1. I'm pretty sure it's the same line as SX1 but it's coated which will be less noisey in the guides. 

 

Good luck! 

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Thanks dam0007 - the #16 lb. SX1 or #15 lb. Power Pro + FC leader I imagine would work too , main curiosity is whether the SX1 braid helps to get down a little better with less bow in the line ?

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Either is fine.

For senkos I use spinning gear with PP

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SX1 is a LOT smoother line compared to power pro !! power pro fuzzes up pretty bad causing the line to carry water to the reel , on a baitcaster your hand gets soaked ! SX1 one is far better line ...

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