Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

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slipperybob
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Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

Post by slipperybob » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:20 pm

Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

Yeah, why so quiet about this line. Just saw that deliver is pending Dec. 29 on TW.

13 carrier...12 strands around a Gore strands.
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Re: Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

Post by FamKench » Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:33 am

My local tackle store is getting some in a week. Not sure if I need it since the braid I'm using right now is good enough. (40 lb j-braid grand).

If it is a tad stiffer maybe. I occasionally get tip wrap with the softer braids and have to be mindful when casting.

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Re: Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

Post by Tim Kelly » Wed Oct 21, 2020 8:48 am

I've been using a spool of it in 0.8PE all season. No complains, it's very nice easy line to use. Don't think it's appreciably better than my standard line, which is Spiderwire smooth 8 though. That Spiderwire does everything I want in a line. I have a couple of reels that get a lot of use with 0.8 and 1PE on them that are 4 seasons old now and still working great. I did turn the 0.8 round this year, but only because it was a wet Sunday and I was looking for something to do! :lol:

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Re: Sufix 131 G-Core Braided Line

Post by rando » Fri Oct 23, 2020 7:51 am

I have a 40lb spool sitting in the garage for 3 months already, but have yet to put it on any reel. I will hold off till spring.

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