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I know it's a broken record but, line suggestions please.

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Please give me your recommendations (brand and lb. test) for a Shimano Sedona 2500. Thanks in advance.

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Spinning tackle: Yo-Zuri Hybrid Ultra Soft #6

Baitcasting gear: Hybrid #12

8-)

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If that was me it would be 3 choices...I currently use all 3 lines.

#1.Yo-Zuri hyrbrid Ultra soft 6# test

#2.P-line CXX 6# test

#3. Trilene XL 12# test

As far as line color i generally use green color line.

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for a 2500 size spinning reel i would not go over 8 lb. test . a good line for spinning reels and is very strong is P-line CXX . i use 6 lb. CXX on my spinning set up and love it .

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8# maximum. Sufix Elite.

x2

Or a good 20-30# braid, like Power Pro.

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if youre new to fishing or spinning reels, try that yo-zuri ultrasoft 6lb mentioned above. later on, mess with flouro and braid.

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6# Silverthread AN40.

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Yo-Zuri Hybrid  I use 8# on mine, lots of other people use 6.

I've never tried the ultrasoft that RW recommends, thats going on my next spool.  It's supposedly designed around spinning gear.  You can get a 600 yd spool for like 12-13 bucks at BPS.  Good stuff.

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Thanks again, I tried the Yo-Zuri Hybrid Ultra Soft #6 and it works like a charm!

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Original Stren, 8# test or P - Line CX Premium, 8 pound test.

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i use the ole hybrid yo zuri in 6 - 8#.. love it!  be sure to use some kvd too. i was very skeptical about the combo of the two and after 2 years. i dont feel like changing. it works

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