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Great find. Best line for spinning rod at 15lbs. Tie on a 10 ft fluoro leader with a blood knot and thats all you need.
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15lb catching what? Most if the times I just do pan gushing. Good time to stock up though
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15lb catching everything that swims
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15lb catching what? Most if the times I just do pan gushing. Good time to stock up though
15lb is about the diameter of 4lb mono. If you go too light, it makes it really hard to tie knots, especially with cold and wet hands.
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good deal, but, I prefer to spool my reel with one continuous line until the leader. i'd need about another 150 yards for my 4500 penn slammer III. Frown
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Amazon dead it appears?
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hmm not bad, not bad. I fish with 10lb power pro, but at the price I could try 15lb. thanks for the deal! edit went ahead about bought two. can't pass on this price.
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15lb is about the diameter of 4lb mono. If you go too light, it makes it really hard to tie knots, especially with cold and wet hands.
Braid in the small diameters can also cut you pretty bad, not fun.
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I tie a uni to uni braid to fluorocarbon knot most of the time with the occasional FG knot. Honestly I've mostly used 10 lb powerpro for the better part of 2 decades on all of my 4000 and under reels. I'll sacrifice seconds of time tying knots for the added casting distance. I just recently started using 15 lb since it's all I could find the last time I spooled up.
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hmm not bad, not bad. I fish with 10lb power pro, but at the price I could try 15lb. thanks for the deal!
I just recently switched to 15lb from 10lb. Honestly don't notice much difference.
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Amazon dead it appears?
Still up. Select 15lb test 150 yard spool moss green
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I just recently switched to 15lb from 10lb. Honestly don't notice much difference.
I actually prefer the 15lb Power Pro for most things, I don't like how small the diameter of the 10lb is.
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Braid in the small diameters can also cut you pretty bad, not fun.
Now this is definitely true. Get a dowel or use the handles of pliers to wrap braid around. It will slice you quick. Add a little salt and fish slime and the pain intensifies 😂😂
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