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Old 02-03-2009, 10:15 PM
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Great thread. I'm in need of new line on my bass rod. Thanks to all for sharing.
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Take a look at SA's Headstart lines. SA says they are great beginner's lines,
but they're really a bass bug taper. I bought some because they were on sale, and really liked them. Regular price is around $45.
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I am an avid SM fisher in a river that is a mile wide and 3 foot deep.
Wind is also always a factor.
I have tried most of the lines suggested. I still go back to my SA GPX for a floating line.
On softer rods the bass tapers fold the tip when I have to much line in the
air. The GPX had been a great line for both large buggers and clousers and such.It is not the cheapest line but you get what you pay for.

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Has anyone tried the new Orvis Bass taper line. Gets great reviews. This is my first post on this forum. I would like to thank everyone in advance for sharing your knowledge with a beginner.
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After trying a ton of different lines I have found that Scientific Angler Air Cel Bass 7/8 is my fav. $25 bucks and it throws some big bugs. I prefer something that works over something with a "NAME" on it. But that's me.
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Has anyone tried the new Orvis Bass taper line. Gets great reviews. This is my first post on this forum. I would like to thank everyone in advance for sharing your knowledge with a beginner.
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