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What pound test line should you use for redfish?

Asked: Off_Shore_96, Last Updated:

When fishing with monofilament for redfish 12-15Lb monofilament is excellent for catching most inshore redfish. If you are fishing for bull reds you may want to beef up your monofilament from 20-30Lb test monofilament.

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