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6/19/14 Mixed Bag
A limit of Dolphin and 10 tuna for Richard Spade's gang.



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Posted on 25 Jun 2014 by biopsea
by Lizbet @ 25 Oct 2015 08:40 am
I prefer moilfnoament over fluorocarbon hands down. This is just my personal opinion though, others may be biased towards one vs the other. I think mono is more versatile. For bream, I think 8 pound test would be a little much for a panfish. I use 2-4 pound test for trout, and 6-10 pound for bigger catfish.I would go with 2-4 pound test if your only targeting bream. If you hook into a catfish set your drag right and you shouldnt have any problem at all bringing it in.Good luck fishing.-Pa
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