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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 25th 2015, 17:07

its wasn't bad, had no issues with it, its worth a go
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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 24th 2015, 22:27

Was it any good Mark?
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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 24th 2015, 19:11

I used to use Blue marlin years ago, think they also done gold marlin aswell
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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 23rd 2015, 21:03

Should read Ultima not ultimate!
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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 23rd 2015, 21:00

Thanks Ste. think i will carry on using sakuma.Its a lot of line not to use if i don,t like it.
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PostSubject: Re: Rig body line   June 22nd 2015, 22:25

I've seen that line , on that website Vinny, but haven't used it. It might be good but could be a load of pooh , it's a gamble but it's up to you .sakuma and varivas I have used along with lots of others . I can recommend those two as they are supple limp and knot lovely. For clipped down rigs I prefer ultimate power flex as it has less stretch and so keeps its dimensions better resulting in less premature un-clipping mid cast. I've just been given some ultimate enigma by an ultimate rep, in silt colour , 70 lb bs, and have tied a few flappers with it and was very impressed. Haven't tried it for clipped down rigs yet but will do this weekend. Cheers . Ste.
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PostSubject: Rig body line   June 22nd 2015, 20:11

Gents. Just looking at getting somemore rig body line as i am running out i have looked at various makes sakuma varivas but came across one called blue marlin (not blue but clear) 50lbs break it seems to get great reviews works out at aprox 40.00 thats vat and del for 1700yds 1kg spool anybody heard of it or used it.And its only sold by UK HOOKS Isle Wight
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