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FLUROCARBON OR MONO?


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flouro is said to be near invisible in water though im not convinced of that, and you have to watch your knots on flouro so i stick to mono and if possible match the colour to the lake im fishing, easy as i only fish sapphire and tolson and it suits both of them, mono has been catching lots of carp for many years, if it aint broke then dont fix it

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Flouro has the same light reflection properties as water making it near on invisible. It is heavier than mono so sinks well, Has high abration resistance compared to mono.Has less stretch than mono. The down side is it doesn't cast as well as mono, Although the newer flouro coated mono's are better for casting and still have the same effects as a pure flouro.But if your not fishing huge pits then the distance wouldn't matter.

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