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Line Color

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I was just thinking about putting new line on the reels before the opener and I am wondering what type of line color works best for you guys on Winnie in the spring. I have typically used blue and have had great success, but was wondering if any other color would work better

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I prefer the low vis greens

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low visibility green xl for me

Jason

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I like the Green Sufix Siege.

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I would fish another lake or river where color doesn't

matter such as cottonwood river or tram's Slew.

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hahaha im sure the walleyes will be snappin on trams slew on opener. ill probably just head up to star and teach those guys how to fish... and drink

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try cajun red its awsome> I've really had good sucess with this line castability is great and doesnt seem to have line memory like other lines specialy when jiggin

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I have fished winnie for about 20 years and I dont think color maters, trilene highvis xl 6lb for me. Very un happy that I will not be there this year my girlfriend is in a wedding. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Berkley Vanish Transition is my fav grin.gif

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