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Trout line.

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What is your favorite trout line. I use to use Rapala Finesse I stocked up on the 4 pound. When I found it was going to be leaving the shelves. Now I need a good line i ran out late last trout season and went to iron silk and it was pretty good. Wondering if any one knows anything better to try?

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I have used some of the lighter weight power pro. Seems to work ok for me.

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I also use the lightest weight Power Pro. It casts like a rocket and rarely lose lures.

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4# Berkley Vanish.

I'm going to look into the new 2# or 4# Berkley Fireline Crystal for trout as well.

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3lb P-Line floroice. Very limp, and fairly clear, great in the spring.

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