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Dropshot- Floro

Cranking- Mono

jig worm- Copoly

Jig-Braid

Dock- Braid

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flouro--worm/senko, jig, cranks,drop shot (spinning gear no leader), jerkbaits, traps for smallies

braid--baitcast drop shot w/ flouro leader, slop fishing, traps for large mouth, jigs in heavy cover

mono---topwater, spinnerbaits

this is how I set my stuff up!!!

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ammendment: if I'm fishing somewhere with a likelihood of snagging, especially using expensive cranks, I use braid heavy enough to try to pull myself off.

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I once spoke to a wise man at the NW sports show and I came to the conclusion that it's what works best for YOU! It's a combination of what you feel the most comfortable using. I personally use a lot of Mono/Copoly as of right now I just feel more comfortable throwing it and feel as though I have more confidence in controling the spool and bait. I also fish very little HEAVY vegetation so I only have braid spooled on one rod

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Its not only what works best for you, but what you have confidence in. If you don't have confidence in the line you are using you will blame it for losing a fish that was really your fault and other things like that. So with that being said here is what I fish.

Braid- spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, jigs, heavy texas rigged plastics, slug/senko.

Mono- crankbaits, topwater, light texas rig, jigworm.

I have yet to use any floro, and although I probably should in some instances, I like what I use now so why change.

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I currently use Yo-Zuri ultra soft and/or hybrid for everything. I have had no problems with it at all to speak of. I use it in 6lb test up to 20 and literally for everything from slop to drop shotting...works for me.

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I agree most of it is personal opinion but in some cases there are lines you need to use to stay ahead of competition. Do most agree with this or am I going in the wrong direction

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