I had no end of problems with sensor when I tried using it, curling and kinking and all sorts, I think essentially it’s too thick and stiff for it’s BS. Hyper sensor seems a lot better though. It’s certainly more supple and thinner for its BS. I’m currently giving it a bit of a run as my main feeder line. Well I say currently in reality the fishing as been good enough this year that I haven’t had to resort to the feeder much but on the odd occasion I have it’s seemed pretty good. It’ll certainly get more of a run out over the coming months when you don’t really want your hands out of your pockets for float fishing
Can't agree I switch to sensor from maxima years ago and haven't regretted it and never have those problems, I do use hyper sensor for waggler fishing because I prefer lower diameter. I use 6lb sensor for most of my feeder fishing if not that 8lb tournament st.
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Be glad we still got (hyper) sensor these days with everything getting expensive.