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I have been using this line for a while now in both salt & freshwater and have been really pleased with the line strength, knot strength, and abbrasion resistance it has.  Anyone else been using this stuff and have any feedback on it?

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I too have been using the Gamma this past year. I think it is a GREAT line. This year it will be on 80% of my reels,and I also like the Sufix brand too.

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I have been using this line for a while now in both salt & freshwater and have been really pleased with the line strength, knot strength, and abbrasion resistance it has.  Anyone else been using this stuff and have any feedback on it?

You didn't say whether you were talking about copolymer or fluorocarbon.  I've used some 10# copolymer and it was a good line, but I couldn't see that it justified the premium price.

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I like the Copoly line.  If you buy two spools, you get one free by mail.  So not a bad deal for the money.  

The fluorocarbon is another story.  It is fantastic line but, IMHO, it is not worth the high cost.  

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I've been using the copolymer for 2 years now.  I like to know where you guys buy yours at because it's not that expensive to me.

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yeah the copolymer is pretty decent i hated the flourocarbon though huge waste of money

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Sorry, it was the copolymer line.  Only paid $7.50 for the spool.  I also have been trying the Suffix line as well, there is a pretty good rebate on them as well when you buy 2 spools.

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I really like the Copoly, been using it for top-water last year. I tried there Flouro, and I didnt like it at all.

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I've used the Fluorocarbon in 6#, 8# and 10# mostly and have been very impressed with it - especially the 6# on spinning gear. It seems more like 10# in it's tensile strength. By whoa doggies - the cost!

I'll be throwing some 16# fluoro and also their copolymer in 14# at Amistad in a few weeks, so we'll see what I think after that..

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I used it as my primary line last year, and love it.  It is on all my reels except my crankbait rod, and that is Suffix, and I really like it as well.

I also have been using Suffix perfomance braid a little and I like the line, i just can't develope a lot of confidence in it because I keep thinking it is too visible underwater, so if I am not catching a lot of fish using it, I always assume it is because of its visibility underwater.  Of course, I have the same problem with any braided line.  I really like how it performs, it casts well and stays pretty tight on the spool.

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