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    Default Mr Crappie Camauflage line

    That 6lb test line is some tough stuff. I had a 8-10 lb fish on wrapped around two other poles, got around the motor and still got it. Its not my fault it was a blackfish. (Grennel)
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    I have it on all my rods, best soo far. I have caught some huge stripers on that line. It gets my endorsement for sure
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    I have been using it as well. It certainly is tough and have never had a crappie break off this line. Did lose one crappie due to a poorly tied knot- my fault. Overall can't complain about the line but just wish it had lower memory.

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    Thanks guys I was looking into this product and now I am going to try it on one of my rods this year.

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    I also use it for leaders on my spiderpoles I like it and notice that it is made in Germany like Ande and some of the other very good lines

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    I hadn't tried the camo but have used the chartreuse which I like very well. Caught a nice one Thursday on it......:D
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    I have 4 lb. Mr. Crappie line on my new Crappie rods. Haven't used them yet, but I'm glad to see everyone else likes the line. Hope it will help me catch some big Kentucky slabs this year!
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    Default I was wondering this as well...

    So do you guys use this same line while dock shooting? And about what lb would you all recommend cause of possible wrap up?
    :p :p I would rather be fishing :D :D

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    i always use 4 0r 6
    with my mind on crappie and crappie on my mind -
    and if ya'll see Goober later tellem I said duh huh - he'll know what ya mean!!!!!!!!

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    I have been using the mr crappie hi vis line for over a year and i am very happy it has performed well.
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    soft plastic, jig heads and more see us at

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