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what diameter dyneema should I use for my shaft line?

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burjegol

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Never have a problem with dyneema though. I use single wrap only for shooting groupers. I started to have tangling problems when using double wrap, shooting dentex or amberjacks.
 
Spiro1996

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I would suggest 2mm dyneema because line wears down rubbing on reefs and general wear on gun.
And the day you shoot something big like a giant king, the line would make it more pleasant...
Just my opinion
 
Spiro1996

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Never have a problem with dyneema though. I use single wrap only for shooting groupers. I started to have tangling problems when using double wrap, shooting dentex or amberjacks.
check out Rob Allens advice, just a thought
 
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