When I fish for SRC/resident silvers in the saltchuck, I always have two rods strung usually 6 wt's. One rod has a floating line strung up(WF/rocket taper) and the other rod has a full sinking WF line(type 1V 3 3/4 to 6 1/2" per sec. sink rate). I like to have the fexibility to quickly change from a surface presentation vs. getting down near the bottom depending on the fishing location and behavior of the fish. For the floating line, I get the cheapest line available(ex. Crystal River approx. $15). My philosophy is why get expensive floating lines since the harsh salt water environment markedly shortens the life of them. The cheap lines cast and float just about as well as the expensive ones. For the full sinking line, I like the Scientific Angler Wet Cell type 1V(gray) line. It has a small diameter and is an excellent long distance casting line that handles wind very well. It costs appox. $30 if you shop around. For the six weight rods, I will overload the rods by using eight weight lines on them. I will probably get criticized for doing that but I have my reasons that work for my style of fishing. First, double hauling two false casts results in shooting a lot of line to make long casts in a hurry. Second, greater line speed and a heavier line handles wind better. Third, "cuzz" I am old and not as quick or agile, I need all the help that I can get! So what are your choices of lines for SRC/resident silvers?