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Help with picking new line...

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Currently im using Trilene Vanish.Asi have read on here its not too prefereed of line.I like the sensivtivity but i think its brittle when making knots.Also i have had the line tangle midcast because i think it has too much memory.I read something call Pro line or P-line?Should i use that? Or i was thinking of going with Stren 100% Fluro..Im using BPS 6'6 Medium Tourney Special Roads,Symetre 2500 Reels...

Last question is whats the difference between Sonic Braid and 100% Fluro cause i thought braided was more price difference than a dollar or two.Only thing i noticed with the Sonic Braid is that it doesnt come in Blue for glowing while night fishing.Does the Hi-Vis Green or Yellow glow at night with the black night?

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Since you are using spinning gear,

Yo Zuri Hybrid Ultra soft in 6 lb.

or Suffix Performance braid 20 lb.

both are great with lots of sensitivity and no stretch.

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I'll second the #6 Yo Zuri Ultra Soft.  Use a little KVD line conditioner with it and it works like a charm :)

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Another vote for the Yozuri Ultrasoft...

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I'm sure you will like the Yo-Zuri Ultra Soft.

For spinning tackle, I recommend #6 (.010" diameter, 11.9 lb test).

8-)

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I have BPS fluorocarbon spooled on my Symetre. I like that a lot better than vanish. Holds knots without breaking and I have hooked some big fish from shore that buried in the weeds and was able to get them out without breaking off.

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Another vote for YoZuri ultra soft. I use 12 and 15 on my bait casters, and think it's about as durable as they come. Remember to be checking your line and knots frequently as you should, regardless of what you are gonna use.

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For spinning reels, I use three primary lines:

P-line or XPS 100% FC in 4-8#

Power Pro in 10-20#

Suffix Elite in 4-8#

FC sinks, braid cuts through weeds, and mono for topwater.

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The best line I have found for spinning reels is Trilene XL.  It has very little memory, is pretty cheap,  and casts great.  For a 2500 series reel I would go with 8 or 10lb.  I use it on all my spinning reels except for one that has 20lb Suffix braid for getting hawgs outta the thick stuff and lily pads.

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