Why You Should Use High Visibility Monofilament for Your Ice Fishing Line

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One thing a lot of guys don’t talk about is line color. Using a high visibility monofilament line can actually be very helpful for detecting light strikes, as well as tying knots. Ice Team pro Tony Mariotti explains why his ice fishing line is GREEN!

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F U Motorsports says:

what rod are you using? Looks like a meat stick

slvrgray says:

Anyone else have comments about this? I fish clear lakes in summer and won’t catch bass or walleye if I don’t have a fluorocarbon leader on my braid. I’ve never tried colored line while ice fishing because I figured it would be put the fish off after they spend time inspecting the jig..

Fish'N With Big'N says:

Must not have very clear water up there huh

Tyler Warner says:

I just stripped orange sufix and green micro ice off 3 of my reels and re spooled them with pline flouro because my other 3 with the pline have been flat out catching more fish. I watched a school of perch come into my slab rap the other day and while even having a 2 foot flouro leader the bigger perch were swimming up and looking at where my orange line started and only the smaller perch were biting the slab rap.

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