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i was just picking up my rod after breaking the top eyelit. my buddy who owns the shop finally convinced me to try this sufix that he swears by. all i have done is cast it but it seems like great line. i am going to try it on my setup for spinnerbaits

has anyone used this line and did you like it?

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Well, theres sufix siege, elite, and promix and some other stuff. The only stuff I've used was Sufix DNA/Promix and its GREAT! Stiff but smooth so you can get great  distance on it and low stretch. Great strength too.

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Yeah thats the one I have. Its a great line. What lb test did you get it? After im done with the poerpro thats on my baitcsater i'll switch to promix again.

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I have used Sufix Elite and Siege for tying the butt section of fly leaders.  It works great for that.

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Suffix and Vicious both are cost effective.  I can use backing and change my line every other trip if I like and not break the bank.  KVD Line Treatment is one I've found really works for stiffer lines.   Put some on a rag and hold it in-between your fingers as you hold tension on the line when spooling.  That way you'll coat the new line with conditioner as it goes on the reel. 

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I've been using Elite for a while now with no complaints and today I picked up my first spool of Seige in 6#. So far, I'm not all that impressed with the manageablity. It's pretty stiff for such a small diameter line.  :-/ I think I'll stick with Elite from now on.

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i use sufix titanium #17 for my crankbait setup and ive been fairly happy with it considering i got like 1,500 yards for $10.00 lol.

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I've used Elite, Siege and the braid. IMO, Elite has a little more memory than Siege. All my mono rigs are spooled up with Siege.

I did pick up a spool of the Deep Crankin line but haven't tried it. There was another thread a while back and someone had mentioned that it is on the brittle side if I remember correctly. Not sure if I'll give it a go or not.

I do want to give their fluro a shot to see how it compares with the BPS XPS.

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The only Suffix line I hve used is the Sonic Braid. It is good stuff. I had it spooled on 2 reels all year and no problems with binding, nesting, wind knots whatsoever.

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Sufix is a trusted name in fishing line, and their technological advances

seem to running abreast of Berkley (a tall order indeed).

Sufix produces a line for every need, but Siege is arguably their best line with casting gear

while Elite, which has less memory, is better suited to spinning tackle (it's class line).

Roger

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