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What is the best fishing line to use on a spinning reel?

Asked: Mathew Boissonneault, Last Updated:

Braided line Of the two, braided line is superior on a spinning reel. It is small in diameter, casts far, has no stretch, is incredibly strong, is extremely durable, and, most importantly, has virtually no line memory. All of these attributes make braided line a dream come true for spinning gear.

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