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Best Reel Line

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  • Best Reel Line

    I have just bought a Carbonetic Mini Float 11ft (looks great, can wait to use it!) , to use on small comercials for the pellet waggler. What is the best reel line, make , breaking strain for carp in the 4lb -8lb bracket?
    Cheers

  • #2
    6lb dawia sensor

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    • #3
      diawa sensor in about 6lb should be fine. U can pick up a bulk spool for under a tenner.

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      • #4
        Daiwa sensor,tough as old boots and cheap as chips.
        Take nothing but photographs,leave nothing but footprints.

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        • #5
          4Lb maxima Tough as ya like, 6Lb if the fish are 10Lb + Twist a loop for your SSG shotting

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          • #6
            Try the old faithfull tried and tested for years never let me down Bayer

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            • #7
              Best Reel Line

              It's all about what you will feel confident with. Maxima is tried and tested and at 4lb, it would be my first choice. It has a bit of a safety mechanism you need in a waggler "it gives", so you are less likely to overstrike and crack off. The Diawa is also a sound choice, but with a little less give in it I think. If you are going after "big dogs" (use maxima) or casting close to features (use Diawa), then step up to the 6lb, you won't break it with your hands it is so strong.
              "Here fishy, fishy, fishy........"

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              • #8
                Maxima, used it for years, never let me down, either feeder fishing on rivers or commies.

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