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Steez and Yo Zuri Hybrid

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I have a Steez 100HA and Steez 7' MH that I am going to put Yo Zuri hybrid on. Plan to use it for plastics but not positive. Anyways was planning on 12lb hybrid but buddy picked me up spool of 15lb. Is that too heavy? Also willing to entertain other applications. FIRE AWAY

Rand

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I have been experimenting with #15 on two rigs used for heavier

baits and lures. Treat the Hybrid with KVD Line & Lure Conditioner

and you're good to go.

Specifically, I have #15 on my jig rod and another I use for medium

weight swimbaits (Mattlures Baby Bass). After a few casts the line

performs flawlessly with very little memory or coil. The only drawback

is breaking strength- you could pull your boat with this line!

8-)

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Thanks roadwarrior. I knew I could count on you. Being a fellow Hybrid   fan that you are.

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If you have the money to buy a Steez setup, you can afford Sunline... ;D

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I have 12 YZ Ultrasoft on my Steez ... man, I love that reel. Don't have much gnarly cover around my parts. I suppose the reel can handle 15lb ... that set up would be the one for jigs. I think the one hinderance is if you want to go to a lightweight bait but the reel is so good, probably could handle that also.

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I use all 12# Hybrid.

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I recently got Yo Zuri for my new cranking setup and I love it, looking to get it for soft plastics too. It is easy to cast and great knot strength

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the steez 100 handles 15# yozuri extremely well.

in my hands, the 15# yozuri balances a h action better than a mh action.

that said, it'll work well on a mh and i wouldn't loose much sleep over the difference.

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