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ML spinning setup - which line?


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I'm wondering which is the best floro (6-8lb) for a ML spinning setup? I want to end up with 2 setups, both around 7-7'6" in length. One xfast, the other med fast.

 

Wondering which line would perform the best.

 

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I have 6 or 7 ML spinning rigs and all but one have 6# Tatsu on them now. Previously, I used Invisx with hood results as well. The single outlier has 20# braid and whatever size Gold Label leader I deem appropriate, if at all. Sometimes direct to braid is the way. 

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When it comes to FC, IME you get what you pay for.  If youre on a budget, #6-#8 InvizX is where you should start.  #6 for a 3k or smaller #8 for a 4k.  Havent had a ton of experience with light Tatsu, but was impressed with the 8lb.  6lb InvixZ handles pretty well, but the 8lb Tatsu handled better.  I dont know if it was just in my head, but I felt like I had better a better connection to my bait, especially bottom contact baits.  I had a similar feeling about the stretch, or lack of it, in comparison with InvizX.

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Tough to beat Sniper or Tatsu and I've had good success with both all the way down to 4# as long as the drag is adjusted down.

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