Braid or Mono on your walleye spinning rods?
1/8/16 @ 7:44 AM
1/21/16 @ 12:02 AM
I use power pro. Diver I have two of most of my reels so I first put on the amount of braid I want then fill the spool with backing. Then on a different reel of the same model I spool it on and it is perfect. Once you see how much backing goes on the first time just measure it with a tape measure or eyeball the next time.
1/17/16 @ 8:17 PM
1/11/16 @ 11:23 AM
I prefer mono for everything except jigging in rivers. For some reason I have trouble getting good hook sets on walleyes when there is current involved. In that case I like to keep a reel spooled up with PowerPro.
1/11/16 @ 6:30 AM
High vis power pro on jig rods. Low vis green power pro on casting rods and 8lb trilene xl on slip bobber rods. Forgot to add to make the power pro spool go farther I bought a hand held line counter and only put 50yds on each rod so i can get 3 reels off 1 spool of power pro you just need to figure out how much backing line to put on the reel first.
1/9/16 @ 1:52 PM
Fishballs, FireLine consists of fused strands of material, PowerPro is actually a braided line. I used to use FireLine when it first came out, but once PowerPro hit the market, I switched to that and never looked back.....
Formerly Steve @ G & S
1/8/16 @ 4:03 PM
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1/8/16 @ 10:12 AM
1/8/16 @ 10:00 AM
The majority of my walleye fishing is the spring run on the Wolf River. I use both. Mono for jigging on mostly snag free spots and casting crankbaits and a braid to work a weedless jig in the wood. The braid with it's no stretch structure allows for a better hookset on the weedless jig. It also gives a better chance to get a jig out if it snags in the wood.