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best mono or copolymer for spinning reel?

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hello members, i was looking for some new line for the spring season, i did a search found a few that were out dated since new companys or technology has come out, plus most people dont say what they use it for conventional or spinning. with that being said what do you use?

 

thanks, gregory 

post #2 of 8
Power pro green moss color, don't overload the reel. You'll go through some growing pains with it like we all did but you won't be sorry.
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Power pro green moss color, don't overload the reel. You'll go through some growing pains with it like we all did but you won't be sorry.

i have a penn battle 5000 and a slammer 560 are they ok reels for braid?

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momoi hi catch nylon mono works very well on spinning. If you decide to try it out don't confuse it with momoi diamond, which is also good, but I prefer it on conventionals.

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Berkley BigGame has never let me down. Used it in the summer heat and in 20 degrees Jan/Feb no issues. Very reasonably priced minimal stretch with good abrasion resistance. I like the green as well as the inshore blue. Mamoy has been good to me as well.

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Ande premium.

 

 

It's what I use for 90% of my reels, including my Slammers.  Hasn't let me down, and I've been using it for over 20 years.  

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is sufix tri plus good for spinners?

post #8 of 8
its fine thats all i use17 lb on all my spinning reels
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