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Thread: Monofilament line?

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    Cool thread Rufus! I was hoping we would here from #r and John G🤔 A while back G had a party at the shop and we tested a lot of these lines We also tip tested some blanks and G pulled a brand new von snarl out of the box and ground the line roller down with a side grinder- sparks were flying😂
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    I've trIed them all and can't find any that works better than the ol stren.
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    For the longest time I used Ande clear, and still have good luck with it...But it has gotten so darn expen$ive, that I started looking around.While working at BPS (2012 to 2016), I experimented with their brand name lines and found them quite close to the big brand names at only a fraction of the cost.Now in 4# I use the green Tourney Tough, and have found it resilient for pier or from shore catching whiting & pompano...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pier#r View Post
    For the longest time I used Ande clear, and still have good luck with it...But it has gotten so darn expen$ive, that I started looking around.While working at BPS (2012 to 2016), I experimented with their brand name lines and found them quite close to the big brand names at only a fraction of the cost.Now in 4# I use the green Tourney Tough, and have found it resilient for pier or from shore catching whiting & pompano...
    Thank you. I’ll check them out.
    Remember Duane Allman


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