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Stick with a Mono or as I prefer a Fluoro mainline for Carolina rigging. Don't buy the big spool because you will never use all of it.I have always loved Power Pro braid but Nanofill last longer, is just as strong, and is significantly easier to handle!! From: Comments: I was surprised to see any negative comments about this line. If you somehow have managed to break this line repeatedly, maybe it's not the line. From: Comments: Used the 6, 10 and 12lb for over a year now.Had two fish on and lost them both to line breakage near the Knot. Further, ANY nick in the line means a snap next time you put any stress on the line.All said, there are 4 more poor bass towing nanofil behind them because the line just wouldn't hold.From: Comments: I've been using this stuff for 2 seasons and I love it. I replaced the line about midway through this season. I tried suffix 832 on my dropshot rod and don't really care for it. From: Comments: The 6 and 8 # line are the best open water spinning lines made. I think I'm going to try that next as I really love the handling and casting distance. From: Comments: This is the best line you can use for spinning gear.I fish mostly for bass but have had a few large pike (over 36") and the line preformed well. I can't believe what some of these reviews have said. Would have changed mono about 5 or 6 times so it was still economical to use. This line is super quite through the guides,casts a mile and is so sensitive I can tell when Mrs. Color faded quickly, it's noisy and it cuts in like the first braids did. You can't use this in rocks or wood and any thing over 8# falls apart. I played around with leader connections using 6 lb. The best connection knot for me was an improved albright(alberto, modified albright) with the nano doubled while making the wraps around the flouro. I had 12# Nano on all 3 of my spinning setups and only had to replace it on one setup all season.Dyneema is one of the world’s strongest fibers, providing Nano Fil with superline-class strength, as wells as zero-stretch and exceptional sensitivity.
I've been using the same small spool on one rod since it first came out and it's still going strong even after constant use. I turned it around and used it like a double taper flyline.If you like to land the fish, then stick with whatever super line you used before nanofil came out. From: Comments: Baysyc in Pleasanton, CA couldn't be more right. If using less than 12lb nanofil, you have to double up the nanofil when tying on your leader with a uni knot. I've done it time and time again and it works fine. Casts waaaaay further than any line I've ever seen, amazingly sensitive.Whoever said this line has memory must be seriously confused about what it means for a fishing line to have memory. I have had problems with my leader knot breaking when using my microguide rod, but no problems with regular guides or just using a shorter leader and not reeling it up through the guides at all.The ultimate spinning reel line - Berkley Nano Fil Uni-Filament Fishing Line is the longest casting, thinnest and most sensitive line Berkley has ever created. The line would break at the leader on the nanofil side when stuck. I broke off a big fish on tournament day that could have put my buddies & I in the 25 lbs bag.-Ultimate Spinning Reel Line-Zero Memory Virtually Eliminates Tangles-Incredibly High Strength/diameter Ratio-Zero Stretch Means Superb Sensitivity-Berkley’s Longest Casting Line Comments: I recently made the mistake of placing this line on a Baitcasting reel, it is ONLY meant for Spinning reels (as it states on the paper giving). From: Comments: I have used the nanofil 12lb over a year in two spinning reels, one paired with a medium heavy moderate and the other paired with a medium fast rod. As for hooks, 4 & 5 depending on bait most of the times flukes & worms. Always double you leader side and wrap the braid around it when tying an Alberto/ Albright knot. The biggest advantage is cotton wood bloom does not stick to it.