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does anyone know if normally a brand that says tough line would be able to handle muskies and pikes? so they wouldnt bite through?

they won't bite through the first time but will start to fray it a bit. its still very tough line to break.
Louis Vuitton

If you're going after Muskies and such, you should use a wire leader. The fish wont mind it, and your line will last a lot longer. When the fish roll, they'll cut the line on their razor sharp gill plates if the teeth don't get the line first.

how bot Nylon-Coated Wire Leaders? if i leave the leader on and fish for like crappies would it affect alot? cuase i dont want to keep cutting and re-tying lol

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