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    is 60lbs breaded strong enough for shark fishing? #7739 09/09/12 08:57 PM
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    im using 60# breaded strong enough to get some decent size shark (3-5ft). also using lure line at the bottom, got 3 of them 40# and breaded them together myself to make it stronger. will this work or will the shark just snap this.

    Re: is 60lbs breaded strong enough for shark fishing? [Re: Ben] #7742 09/10/12 09:50 PM
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    Yehhhh... i think so..it is easier to do this... it works properly and shark will also snap it..... Thanks for sharing...




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    Re: is 60lbs breaded strong enough for shark fishing? [Re: fishingexpert] #7748 09/12/12 03:42 PM
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    If you are fishing in open water and not around bridges, bouys, lobster pots, or other things that can snag your line, 60# should work for under 10 footers. For sharks over 10 ft. or fishing around obstructions, I'd go up to 100# test. You should still use a 2ft or longer steel leader with that.

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