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Question by Douglas. Uploaded on July 06, 2009
im not sure how fireline holds up to stripers but i love using it for largemouth and smallies, it frays pretty bad. i usually go out 4 times and when i get home cut the frayed off.
yes that is exactly what I use for stripers, blues, and other nearshore game.
Not sure where your fishing but you should be O.K.
I use 17 pound Trilene XL for stripers... never had one break it yet and I can cast it well.
trilene big game,mainly what I use,12-20lb heavy rugged line that wont let you down.I have caught many sizable stripers..10- 22 lbers..
I like braided line the best becausr you can cas it so much farter than mono, just make sure you put mono baking on first though.
Fireline is okay. braided works great and is really strong, but expensive. I use 30lb. cajun on my rod, best line ive ever used and holds well.
I like Braided the best prob in 20 to 30lb.
Agreed with DakotaMan and + 1 for you sir!!!
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