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I've been bass fishing for about 20 yrs.mainly on inland lakes.used mono with never a problem.started fishing LSC last summer.started catching much larger fish then in the inland lakes.I'm thinking of going with #14 test flourocarbon in one of my baitcasters.I would like to know how this stuff holds up with the bigger fish?
 

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I have tried it and I don't like it. Its to hard for me. Thats MY Two Cents. I know I will hear about this.
LOL BOB
 

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Like everything else I think it has it purpose. I do use, though not exclusivley. Alot of brands are "stiff" as noted above, but what I do to solve that is spray my line down with "reel magic". Reel Magic is a silicone lubricant that flourocarbon line absorbs very well.
 

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Try a co-polymer like P-line Floroclear. I switched both baitcasters and spinning rods to it last year and very happy. Here's a link to the P-line website Floroclear

Reel Magic works, as does WD40. WD is less expensive.
 
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