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Fished flurocarbon and now can not stand using mono? I have switched all my plastics/jig rods, as well as my dropshot, cranking, jerkbait, and spinnerbait rods to Fluro. (Trilene 100%) and can not STAND using mono any more. I still keep it on my topwater rod, but for any other technique it's flurocarbon from now on. I still use braid on my frog rod, and flipping stick, and don't see using fluro on those, but man I really love Trilene 100% Flurocarbon now, it has it all. Castabilty, managability, sensitvity, low-visability, abrasion resistance, knot strength. IMHO it's worth the price.

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Honestly I haven't used it and i'm not really sure of the differances between the Flurocarbon and the Monofilament. Is it just what it's made out of, the process in constructing the line, what? Not to sound stupid but I guess i just don't get it.....

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i've wanted to try that new trilene, but don't want to get burned like i normally feel when i buy fluorocarbon.  

Does it really cast that much better than other fluoros?

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Nope i find myself going back to trilene XT... :-?

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