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    What lines do you recommend for pellet waggler work ive been using utlimate power steel but ive used it for a season but cant get hold of any in my area and dont want to pay over the odds for it

  • #2
    avon angling got it mate
    was looking at it today
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    • #3
      Maxima!

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      • #4
        Been using Shimano Silk Shock in 150 mtr spools. Its ok if you use hook lenghts. This line is now ready for replacing and I bought Daiwa Sensor clear 8lbs. Its very important to use clear line on the waggler. i will load it on at the start of next season as my waggler fishing has all but come to an end for this season.

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        • #5
          either maxima or the diawa sensor ive been usin it in 6lb at earlswood mate and am very pleased with it
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          • #6
            sensor. i have not been using it for very long but very pleased with it. does the job well and it cheap

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            • #7
              i have just purchased a bulk spool of daiwa sensor, as i have been advised that it is a good line for the feeder or the wag. I always bought expensive lines, cos i thought they were the best, but recently i am not sure and the sensor in 6lb cost me £5.50 plus the postage for 2,320 mtrs, that'll do me i can change it twice a season now LOL.
              cheers
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              • #8
                Maxima

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                • #9
                  Maxima

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                  • #10
                    diawa sensor or berkley always use 8lb me only broke a couple of times sure you can pull the world on sensor line
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                    • #11
                      6lb Ultima Power Plus. Pretty robust and thinner than Maxima. Not as wiry as Power Steel so casts better.
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                      • #12
                        Thanks guys

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