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Has anyone tried fireline on a baitcaster if so did you have problems with it knotting up on the spool (not backlashing) thanks!

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  • Has anyone tried fireline on a baitcaster if so did you have problems with it knotting up on the spool (not backlashing) thanks!

    Has anyone tried fireline on a baitcaster if so did you have problems with it knotting up on the spool (not backlashing) thanks!

  • #2
    only with thicker heavier line, stick to mono

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    • #3
      Two things I didn't like about it. If you got hung up. I mean REALLY hung up. You have to cut the line. Very slim chance of getting the line to break. Second thing was that it seemed to fray. After 3 or 4 trips with alot of casting it would start to get "fuzzy" and snag up on itself. Oh, and three, you cant bite it into when changing lures or removing a tag end. On the up side, I never had a fish break my line when using it.

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      • #4
        yeah and it worked ok but not as proficient as I'd wish.

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        • #5
          cut the line and I have no problem with it at all!

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