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Favorite Braid (poll)

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Very manageable and I have alot of trust in it.

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I voted suffix. I also like fireline for some applications but since I found suffix I have not looked back. I tried power pro but for me it didn't cast as nice. Those last 2 sentences might make me an outcast(LOL).

Paul

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Superbraid haven't had an issue, but I am trying out Daiwa's Samurai braid and loving it so far.

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Sufix. Nothing else is even close.

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Deja vu.  This poll looks eerily familiar.  I believe I relive this moment twice a year.  I once voted for Power Pro.  I tried Suffix two years ago and that relegated Power Pro to second place.  For the last two years I have voted for Suffix and it still works for me.

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[movedhere] Fishing Tackle [move by] Glenn.

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I've been happy with most of the braid that I've tried except for fireline. I've settled on Spiderwire Stealth because I can get a 300 yd spool of 50 lb. for $ 19.99 and a 15 lb test spool for the same price which are the 2 that I use. I've also have used the Stren with good results, haven't tried the Suffix but it's obviously a good product based on the positive feedback.

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Power Pro. Ive never tried any others and this has served me well by doing everything i put it through and then some. So, if it aint broke, dont fix it.

aaron

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power pro because the 1500 yard spools are still cheaper than the 1200 yard spool of sufix and i can't tell that much difference between them

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