Fused & Braided Lines, why the great divide among fisho's ??

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Re: Fused & Braided Lines, why the great divide among fisho'

Postby widgeon58 » Fri Jan 09, 2015 9:06 am

Have a couple of Alveys that have Platypus low stretch Mono on them and have had no problems with it and also have it on ABU 5000 (its now only the backing as I have topshot it with braid) but formerly it had the Platypus low stretch all the way through, and again i had no problem with it. I also liked the Platypus as it was a local (Aust.) product which there aren't to many of these days when it comes to fishing line.



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Re: Fused & Braided Lines, why the great divide among fisho'

Postby mazman » Fri Jan 09, 2015 6:56 pm

platypus mono is definitely one of the better mono's around
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Re: Fused & Braided Lines, why the great divide among fisho'

Postby kaotay » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:32 pm

Agree, platypus platinum is good, aussie made and good knot strength. Mostly fish braid these days though.


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