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Old 10-16-2021, 10:11 AM
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Nano, Nano, Nano. If you like to quietly outcast everyone else. Just keep it away from sharp rocks.
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Old 10-19-2021, 11:47 AM
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I don't mean to hijack your thread because I've never used the op's brands. I use power pro for trolling but like suffix for casting with my spinning reel. but has any of you guys tried the power pro super slick 8 or the 8v2 on a spinning reel?

i use nothing but 8 strands myself.

Used super slick v2 last year on my spinning gear and didn't like it. Unfortunately I'm old and I don't remember what exactly I didn't like about it. I switched back to the original power pro this year and it's great.
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Neither are conventional braid Nano is a hybrid but I prefer Fireline Crystal of the two, I fell for the Nanofil craze and hated it.
I have never tried Nanofil. What did you not like about it?
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Old 10-23-2021, 10:49 AM
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I have never tried Nanofil. What did you not like about it?
I love it, many of my associates Hate it. Im not sure why.
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I tried it when it first came out. It was prone to wind knots, twisting and breakage. Maybe that has something to do with my aggressive fishing style, snap jigging and blade baits mostly. At the time I tried nanofil I was using 832 and later tried power pro and jbraid. Both of those were good performers.
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Old 10-23-2021, 06:33 PM
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I tried it when it first came out. It was prone to wind knots, twisting and breakage. Maybe that has something to do with my aggressive fishing style, snap jigging and blade baits mostly. At the time I tried nanofil I was using 832 and later tried power pro and jbraid. Both of those were good performers.

I rip blades all the time on Nano. 832 works fine also.
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original Fireline...

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