What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

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What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby kinniyoubi » Tue Sep 06, 2016 7:13 pm

Hi all,

I finally took the plunge and got the Yumeya 32mm MG for my XT 1000. I have not decided on the rod yet but it will most likely be from MajorCraft. Either the Volkey or Speedstyle in the 1/32 ~ 1/4 flavor. the fish I will mainly be catching is peacock bass and the lures I will mainly be using will be 2~4g hard minnows.

I am currently unsure if I should go braid or flurocarbon / mono. Do you have any suggestions on this. Also, how should I spool my reel? Monobacking > braid > fluro leader?

Thank you!

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Re: What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby jtgibso1 » Wed Sep 14, 2016 10:11 pm

on my yumeya bfs mg spool i have a small amount of 6 or 8 lb izorline xxx backing and then spooled up with 15lb power pro mostly because i prefer the smaller diameter of the braid and allows for more line capacity. i'm mostly throwing 1/8-1/4 oz size lures with that reel. and i love that spool, really made my curado 51e feel like a different reel!

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Re: What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby Hogsticker2 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 1:36 am

I ran 20 lb Seaguar Smackdown and 6 lb Seaguar Tatsu on mine.

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Re: What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby kinniyoubi » Thu Sep 15, 2016 3:19 pm

jtgibso1 wrote:on my yumeya bfs mg spool i have a small amount of 6 or 8 lb izorline xxx backing and then spooled up with 15lb power pro mostly because i prefer the smaller diameter of the braid and allows for more line capacity. i'm mostly throwing 1/8-1/4 oz size lures with that reel. and i love that spool, really made my curado 51e feel like a different reel!


Do you think using backing is a must?


Hogsticker2 wrote:I ran 20 lb Seaguar Smackdown and 6 lb Seaguar Tatsu on mine.


Do yall think going full 10lb sufix 832 will be too thin?

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Re: What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby jtgibso1 » Wed Sep 21, 2016 1:24 am

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Do you think using backing is a must?
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i would think so, because you won't have a ton of line on there and it might start to slip if you went straight braid. that and the spool itself is pretty slick already.

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Re: What line to match Yumeya MG 32mm.

Postby cornmuse » Mon Oct 31, 2016 6:10 am

No way I'd use 10lb braid - I think you're asking for it to dig in. 15 to 20lb braid (about .008 dia) is a better choice. Although I don't have that spool, I do have a 50e with which I use braid with a short (10 yards or so) of SSN as "backing" more or less just to give a cushion and attachment to the braid. I like at least 100 yards of braid in case I get a break-off so I can still fish the reel.
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