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I love my Power pro.....
oh trust me i do too but the thing is i cant just spool all my reels with it, ive got to go with the cheaper alternative thats stuffs expensive, plus all of my big reels are spooled with it i mean for my small spinners, for catching bait and for fishing with while im soaking a bait on my biggies. i wouldnt like to have pp on those small ones.i think its a waste.
 

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I use Momoi on my Abu Blue Yonder and my 6500c3ct mag.

It allows me to put more line on these small reels and it casts really well. I like it.

If I threw a spinning reel I would prefer to use braid tho.
 

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I haven't tried that momoi line and can't find the breaking strength on it.I do use the Berkley Big Game Hi-Test in 20# test for larger fish.It's .43mm and has a breaking point at 36lbs.It cast great and I haven't had any break offs from fish or chaffing.But,it's expensive!
 

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i know me to but i just cant spool em all with pp, would you rather it over mono?
If I threw a spinner I would.
Smaller line diameter allows you to put more line on you're spool.

If I threw a spinner I would put braid on my big reels where I would need more distance.
On my smaller reels for catching bait I would use mono.

A spinning reel will cast further than a conventional reel when casting smaller weights.
1/16 ounce up to 3 ounces.
When casting weights of 4 plus ounces the conventional reel casts further IMHO.

On my conventional reels mono casts better than
braid, plus if I get a backlash its very hard to pick out compared to mono.

Some people can cast braid well on conventional reels, Ive seen it done before but I am not that talented.
 
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