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BuckSutherland

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What line do you guys like to use for pulling rapalas for walleyes?? I was to Leech over the weekend and did ok using 12/30 fireline, but I want to use some lighter stuff. Went down to some 6/14 fireline now, but wondering if there is something better.

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I run only suffix 832 in 10# for long lining cranks, sticks. For pulling with boards I run 12# Siege or Superior and at times Big game because I had a huge filler spool I got cheap. All very good monos.

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Been catchin eyes and pike all summer with 10/2 power pro slick with a 12# fluorocarbon leader

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I have switched almost exclusively to braid, even when pulling boards. It doesn't work as well as mono, but it works well enough...and I don't have to dedicate two (or more) rods solely to pulling planers.

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I use 20/8 fireline, 10# mono and lead core. It all depends on how many rods and how I want to do it as to what method I will use. Snap weights, inline weights and guppies are also used to get lures deep.

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