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    hi just want some advice for some reel line for my feeder reel normal used dawia St but it's gone rubbish any suggestions many thanks
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  • #2
    tried the st myself, now use maxima tried and tested

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    • #3
      Maxima for me too- sinks nicely and very abrasion resistant.
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      • #4
        Maxima has stood the test of time for me and has rarely let me down

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        • #5
          im using the colmic nexgen feeder line , best thing i ever did was swopping to this

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          • #6
            Hi kyle just put this on my reel had some good fish on this mate. See you Saturday mate.l

            https://www.prestoninnovations.com/P...EFLO-Power-Max
            Regards Billy Boy :)

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            • #7
              Nothing wrong with tried and tested maxima although I have been using direct mono now for about 3years with no problem

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              • #8
                have a look at maver stone river _ rapid sink , very low stretch,.018/.020/.022 - very good bite detection......only thing is its red .£5.00 @150m binned my direct mono for this stuff .well worth a try!

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                • #9
                  whether a bad batch or not the maver red stuff i had was binned after 1 session, breaking on knots

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                  • #10
                    Have used Maxima for years but keep trying different lines thinking technology must improve. Tried Maver Jurrasic & thought it was good but then discovered once it had been used 3/4 times it snaps like a carrot.

                    Drennan method feeder line spooled on well but then seemed to retain the memory of the spool.

                    The good one I have found is Cralusso extreme feeder line, have used it on the river as well as Commy use & no problems. Good range of breaking strains 150m £4.99 sinks well.

                    Have also used the same brand "sinking" line which is meant for waggler fishing & found if you cast out dip the tip under the water & then flick the rod tip up it sinks very fast & again no problem. My only worry is its coloured black & its strange fishing with a black line. lol
                    John

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                    • #11
                      hi kyle,shimano technium 8lb is a good line mate,casts very well and low stretch.

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                      • #12
                        Daiwa Sensor

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