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Do you like green mono or clear mono?

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I'm talking about monofilament line, for basic bassin', woms, spinner baits, crank, etc.

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In my opinion green would be your best bet in most water situations. Only if the water is crystal clear would I use clear. I dont even have a clear spool, I use Yo Zuri Hybrid 8# and 12# green for everything.

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I use green the most too, but I fish ponds that are pretty weedy and grimey.

                -tumnus

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My Favorite, the only line I use is Cabela's Pro Line in Clear/blue flourescent

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Trilene XL Clear Blue Fluorescent. I fish in very clear water.

Falcon

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Clear for me.   I mostly fish clear water so I stick with clear line and it seems to work fine in the mud too.

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I have used both and have been using green this year. I fish with the same guy 90% of the time and he uses clear. I cannot honestly say that I have noticed a difference. Just comfort level, meaning whatever you are comfortable with.

We fish water that at times is VERY clear, still no noticeable difference. (to me)

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I fish with both, flurescent blue for 8 lbs, clear for 10 pounds, green for 12 pounds, smoke for 14 pounds.

It 's just a color code I use to differentiate the pound test.

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Clear

I find it easier to see the clear above the water when line watching (after reading that, I know it doesn't seem to make sense, but it is true).

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I use gold or orange mono.  But that's for trout fishing, and I use a leader :).  For bass, I use CXX Copoly, and its the moss color.  I personally don't think it matters that much.  When it does, I use fluorocarbon.

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I fish with both, flurescent blue for 8 lbs, clear for 10 pounds, green for 12 pounds, smoke for 14 pounds.

It 's just a color code I use to differentiate the pound test.

Raul this is a cool idea. I would never have thought of this.

Right now I mostly fish green. I just have more confidence in it, since I tend to fish fairly dark water

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I fish with both, flurescent blue for 8 lbs, clear for 10 pounds, green for 12 pounds, smoke for 14 pounds.

It 's just a color code I use to differentiate the pound test.

I'd wish i thought of that....I use a caliber to see what the line size is.(some reason i forget when i store the reel away for backup)

I fish both clear and green....neither seems to get more bites considering the water color.

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Trilene XL Clear Blue Fluorescent for everything except cranks and spinnerbaits. I use green Sufix Elite for those.

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I'd wish i thought of that....I use a caliber to see what the line size is.(some reason i forget when i store the reel away for backup)

I fish both clear and green....neither seems to get more bites considering the water color.

Don 't got any trubble differentiating 17 lbs test though, that thing is as thick as rope so it 's easy to identify.  :)

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