Gavin, I was using Power Pro 4/15 (I think-it’s been a little while) and had more issues with getting loose line coming off the spool than any issue with Nanofil.
Yes, you get twist with Nanofil and with braid, but neither has the “body” of mono or co-poly to cause the tangle issues. The twist in nano is usually just the last couple of feet and you can get most of it out by pulling the nano thru your fingers
I liked the no stretch easy strike detection and hook sets with braid, but did not like that noise of braid going through my guides or the decreased casting distance associated with braid. I would have two rods one with braid and one with co-poly and same weight Zig Jig tied on both. The co-poly casts further with less effort.
first trip with Nanofil, I kept throwing my Jig way up the bank because the Jig was going lots further with less effort in the cast than my braid rod or copoly rod.
i was given my first spool of nano by a friend with an industry connection. I thought it was just another braid. I had no expectations of it out performing braid and certainly had no idea that it was going to become the line I use on spinning 90% of the time.
I don’t get anything out of preaching the Gospel of Nanofil. I just think it is a superior product and I am amazed that so many struggle with it or dislike it. It isn’t a perfect product. Light baits in wind is an issue, but I’m gonna use it until something better comes along. I use 6,8, and 10 lb. if I need something stronger than that I will go back to braid (Power Pro 8/20 or whatever).