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Is 30lb braid good for King salmon, I’m spooning 2 303d Coldwater reels  with braid , want to be able to use for both salmon and walleye 

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Dipsy setups ? Just use wire. Works fine for both and less worry when the fleas roll in. I used my wires all season for king's and a few times for walleyes.

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I should have said dispy setup , I have wire setup just wanting some braid 

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Posted (edited)

Yes , was going to try some slide divers 

Edited by Kwall

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12 hours ago, Kwall said:

Is 30lb braid good for King salmon, I’m spooning 2 303d Coldwater reels  with braid , want to be able to use for both salmon and walleye 

 

30# braid is fine for double duty. The issue with braid is once the fleas are bad you will wish you had ss wire.

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10 hours ago, Labguy32 said:

Do u recommend 7 strand or 19 strand for dipsey?  I am running Magda 30 reels.  Backing?

 

7 strand for sure. I prefer Blood Run. On a 30 series Okuma you will need 300' of 25# test backing plus 1000' of wire to completely fill the spool.

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what lb wire 30 or 45?

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On 4/13/2019 at 6:22 AM, drag&snag1985 said:

Not the best reels for wire , I'd upgrade to convectors atleast they take alot of punishment an will eventually fail

Sent from my Moto G (5) Plus using Lake Ontario United mobile app
 

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