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I just bought some the other day...and the guy who sold me on it (who coulda sold me more expensive flouro said that it was really good line)......Ill let ya know what I think
 

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Rex @ Watson's told me it was good line. I know a couple of guys that use it on spinning reels.
 

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I have been using it since back in the fall. It is good line very strong for its lbs test. Only draw back is that it is a little bigger in dia. than some of the competitors line and seems somewhat stiffer. But for the money you can't beat it.
 

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I have not bought any flourocarbon line yet mainly due to the cost. That being said just about every FNF rigs says to use flourocarbon line for the float to the fly connection. I can't see buying a whole spool of it for 8' to 15' feet as a leader. As a flyfisher I am wondering what tippet material is made of? Is the FC line used primarily for its transparency in the water or for zero line stretch or for its sinking in water features? Just curious!!
 

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Is the FC line used primarily for its transparency in the water or for zero line stretch or for its sinking in water features? Just curious!!


I like it for the zero stretch and the transparency. I love it on senko's and other baits of the sort b/c the line helps keep the bait down, you can work them faster that way. I also think I can feel better with it. I like flouro for just about everything other that topwater and cranks, but that's just my personal preference.
 
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