Yeah, that's right. Probably no fluoro there in the troll.I would do 20-60 seaguar premier. not sure you need fluror leader to troll since its all in the white wash. but like the guy above me said. bring it just in case
I prefer Seaguar Blue or Blackwater because they are more abraison resistant. Seaguar Premier has a softer outer coating which has better knot strength, so your trade off is better abraison resistance versus better knot strength. Premier is also a little thinner, so to be apples to apples, you need to compare diameter between the brands, rather than the breaking strength claimed on the label.
1 30, 2 40 and 1 60.
There is no way they will bite 50 and not 60. No way they will bite 25 and not 30. People can make up any fantasy they want but it usually comes down to anecdotal evidence not real proof.
And likely no way they will bite 30 and not 40. It comes down to bait selection more than anything else. I only bring 30 for Halibut at Cedros etc.
The only reason you fish 40 instead of 60 is to help your bait swim but you pull out 60 when you have to use it for larger models.
Don't over think it. Fish a hot bait and put the biggest leader on it that it can pull.
For those fisherpersons who use Seguar Premier here is some information
that you may or may not be aware of.
The Premier is an IGFA line, it says so right on the spool in fine print of course.
IGFA means that there is no over test to any of their lines. The lines will break at their
specified rating. That is why Premier is thinner then other brands for a given test.
All other brands of fluorocarbon are not IGFA rated and will have an over test
of about 20-30%. And consequently slightly thicker. Have found that to get a
like rating of the Premier you have to go up one
pound test rating to have a comparable standard product in the pound test
that you desire.
My .37 cents worth for your consideration.