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For those using monofilament as a center serving, what is the minimal poundage you would use? I tried 30lb .023, but it was too thick for my nocks. I've never used it before, but was suggested to try it by a handful of people. 25lb might work, but would that be too much risk in breakage?

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John,

Brownell used to sell 100 yd spool's of monofilament (size that would fit the bjorn or cavalier serving tools) and to the best of my knowledge it came marked as .18 or .21 which was it's actual diameter in thousands.
 

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I have just started experimenting with braided fishing line for serving material. Its available in a multitude of poundage and therefore thickness for different strand count
 

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For those using monofilament as a center serving, what is the minimal poundage you would use? I tried 30lb .023, but it was too thick for my nocks. I've never used it before, but was suggested to try it by a handful of people. 25lb might work, but would that be too much risk in breakage?

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Hi John, I have a partial roll of .018 mono that is yours for the taking. PM me your address and I'll send it your way if you want it.
 
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