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carpbob3

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I have just got myself a new Okuma Dyna drag 50 with 2 spools, i intend to use it mainly for Carping ...... any suggestion what line(s) i should load them with ...... Best make , breaking strain etc. i want to target Double figure Carp this year.[?]

 

Newt

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I really like my PowerPro and a 30lb b/s should fit those reels nicely.

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esox.20

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If your looking for good value then try Diawa sensor. A bulk spool approx 6.99. I have used this for several years now from 4lb to 15lb BS and rate it highly.

chill out go fishing

 

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I'm trying out Daiwa infinity mono at the moment and am well impressed. Very low diameter, green & black colour. 14lb looks like 10lB bs normal mono. Now filling all my reels up with it for the new season.

 

gingert76

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i use the preston direct mono controlled stretch in 6 and 8lb for method fishing
 

Ian C

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quote:Originally posted by beebs

I'm trying out Daiwa infinity mono at the moment and am well impressed. Very low diameter, green & black colour. 14lb looks like 10lB bs normal mono. Now filling all my reels up with it for the new season.

I'm using that too and I think its brill [:D]


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fishing_mad

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i use 10-lb line on my dynadrag but if you want a make to go for try diawa sensor like essox.20 said

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I've also got 2lB Terry Eusatce Pro-Gold on my float reel and that seems really nice as well.

Had to stop using Maxima - throws itself off my reels like you wouldn't believe.

 

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SF line is a good one with accurate breaking strain and its a lower diameter than most

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Iuse Berkleys Trilene 10lb good line.



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Im trying Suffix Synergy 10lbs &12lbs at present very impressed at the moment.




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PoleRoller2003

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ive just changed from daiwa line im now using top line
ive used it once on my last trip and caught a 61/2lb carp. it is transparent in colur the poundage i used was 4.6lb/diameter0.15mm i now changed all my reels with topline there are diffrent strengths. ive even started to make up my pole float sets. it cost 15.00 for 1000m i like it as the fish cant see it /nor can i
chris the name fish the game

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mike s

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I'm getting plenty of positive feedback from guys who have bought the new Berkley Ironsilk. It is low diameter with limited stretch & is available in brown & green.

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