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fishing line survey

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i have used many types of fishing line during the winter, but i am wondering what everyone else at FM prefers. It never hurts to ask or try something new.

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Berkley MicroIce, Vanish and Fireline.
P-Line and PowerPro too.

I like to use a wide variety and different types for different species. I probably use mostly Berkley products though...

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Power Pro
Berkley Micro Ice
Vanish
Some fireline

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And keep those hooks sharp!

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I have looked at the fireline, how does that work in the cold. I have yet to use it in the winter.

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Power Pro for me. And to answer one of the previous questions yes lines like power pro and fireline work great through the ice.

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Power Pro and Fireline will freeze up quicker than mono when outside in the cold. In a heated house they are fine. After fishing all day make sure to bring your rods inside to dry out. If you leave them out in a cold truck they will be frozen in the morning.

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I've been using Fireline for 2-3 years now through the ice. The stuff is fantastic when you are in a heated house. Doesn't work so well outside when it is cold. Icing up is an issue.

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I use 6 lb Vanish for walleyes and general fishing. I personally prefer Vanish over Fireline as I found it to be much more sensitive. Fireline seemed very rigid to me.

For light panfish, I use stren high visibility yellow 2 lb test. It really helps me see strikes better than clear or green line.

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vanish - switched over two years ago and havent regretted it once.

goody

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Power Pro on my walleye setups and Trilene on the panfish. Works good. What I need to find is a good Tip-up line. I havent tried out enough different lines yet for that.

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Southbend, or whatever clear line that I can get 400 yards for a buck!

I don't spend alot on lines, I keep the hooks sharp and the drags set just right and I feel I do as good as anyone.

Been doing it for years with no problems, summer or winter.

Sometimes I will use Trilene, but just because I got a few spools for gifts, maybe the givers were trying to tell me something?

At any rate, some of the fellas I fish with, use more expensive lines and there is no obvious advantage that I can see?

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Whatever they spool on my reels at Gander Mountain. I think I've got Micro Ice on them right now. Probably need to respool since it's last years line.

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