I was trying to decide which was better to use for flippin and pitchin'.
tuff line braid or fire line? What do you think?
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You need to match the reel to the rod to the wight of the hook or lure. I have tried both and I went back to braid as the fireline was too slick and I had too many bird's nests. Use fireline if the tackle is very, very light.