Best line for light lures

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Blauwe Lori
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Best line for light lures

Postby Blauwe Lori » Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:46 am

What is the best line for light lures 2 gr to 4 gr
Dont know in oz
I have used Daiwa J braid But NOT very satisfied With the line
Maybe a line from Varivas or other brand?

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Re: Best line for light lures

Postby southpaw619 » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:29 am

I have tried a lot of different lines and always come back to Gliss. The dyed versions perform alright but I have found nothing that compares performance wise to 8lb white Gliss for light lures. I fish a lot of trout and it's the only braid category line that I can comfortably pitch under two grams easily without digging issues. The downsides to Gliss is it's slightly less abrasion resistant and it doesn't last seasons like traditional braid, lasts a month or two depending how often you fish. Overall though it casts simply amazing and is pretty strong, I landed a 10.8lb bass on straight 8lb Gliss this year.

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Re: Best line for light lures

Postby Blauwe Lori » Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:31 am

Thanks
Wft Gliss you mean

I order one if that is what you mean

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Re: Best line for light lures

Postby southpaw619 » Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:07 pm

Blauwe Lori wrote:Thanks
Wft Gliss you mean

Yes, made by Ardent.


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