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Old 02-02-2000, 02:41 PM
josko josko is offline
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Super-braids for fly reel backing

I'm trying to figure out what super-braid to use for offshore fly line backing. I hear good things about Izorline spectra and PowerPro, but also that they're very abrasive and will destroy snake guides in short order. They are thinner for a given break strength than Cortland and Orvis thin backing, and I have to wonder whether the extra-thin braids are just too abrasive to be used as backing. Anyone know?
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