Favorite line for different techniques

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Obz
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Favorite line for different techniques

Postby Obz » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:08 pm

This is how I roll 8-)
Frog/punch= Briad- 65# suffix 832 (gonna try 60# sunline fx2)
Jerkbait/smallcrank/lightTrig= fluoro-12# sunline assasin
Heavier trig/jig= fluoro- 16# gamma edge
Bigger cranks= nylon mono-17# trilene xl (gonna try 15# Defier armillo)
Topwater= nylon mono-15# trilene xl (gonna try 15# Defier armillo)
Ferry wand techniques= nylon mono- 8# trilene xl (gonna try 8# assassin fluoro and 8#invisx fluoro)

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poisonokie
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Re: Favorite line for different techniques

Postby poisonokie » Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:19 pm

Frogs, C rigs, heavy vegetation flipping/pitching: 65# J-Braid
Flipping/pitching, skipping, >1/2 oz+ jigs, heavy cover: 20# Abrazx
T rigs, pitching, <3/8 oz jigs, swim jigs, spinnerbaits, chatterbaits, squarebills in rip rap: 15# Invizx
T rigs, football jigs, small swimbaits (3.8 Keitech), weightless plastics, spinnerbaits, shallow cranking:12# Invizx
Light T rigs, weightless plastics, finesse jigs/cranks, jerkbaits, wacky worms, shakey heads: 10# Invizx
BFS, weightless plastics, finesse cranks/jigs, wacky worms, drop shot: 6-8# Invizx
Topwater, spinnerbaits, swim jigs, chatterbaits, squarebills, shallow-mid cranks: 16# Super Natural/30-40# J-Braid
Shallow-deep cranks, rattle traps, topwater, spoons: 30# J-Braid
Small topwater, finesse cranks/spinnerbaits, finesse jigs/weightless plastics in vegetation, jerkbaits: 15# J-Braid
L Spinning: 4# Invizx-6# CXX
ML Spinning: 10# Power Pro
MH Spinning: 10# Fluoroclear
Cast baits, not doubts.

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spookybaits
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Re: Favorite line for different techniques

Postby spookybaits » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:18 pm

Jerkbaits- 6# Sufix Siege mono

Poppers- 10# Sufix Siege mono

Topwater walking baits- 14# Sufix Siege Mono

Shallow/med/deep Crankbaits- 8-10# Sufix Fluorocarbon

Plastics/jigs- 8-14# Sufix Fluorocarbon

Spinnerbaits- 14# Sufix Fluorocarbon

Small swimbaits- 14-17# Sufix Fluorocarbon (sometimes mono)
Large swimbaits- 17-20# Sufix Fluorocarbon (sometimes mono)

Frogs & buzzbaits- 50-65# braid (usually Sufix 832 but haven't found a favorite braid yet).


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