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ANDE® Back Country is their softest monofilament with exceptional tensile and knot strength. It is designed for smaller light-tackle reels. It maintains very low memory and is formulated for those fishing conditions when you need spot-on casts and that little extra strength to bring your trophy fish to the boat.
Not as smart as my wife
Once I had butchered the spool by cutting the first couple of 8# test line at the top of the spool I asked my wife for her help. She than showed me how the line was suppose to be undone from the top of the spool instead of my hacking try. I guess I lost 50 to 75 yards trying to fill my spinning reels. So read the instructions that come in the box (if they did) or have your wife help you
September 11, 2012
I have tried all the other lines available through the years and kept coming back to Ande. Started back in the 80s using Trilene XL in 17 pound test for worming, 20 pound test for jigging, and 12 pound test for cranking. I found that much lighter test in Ande would work better. There seemed to be less stretch and clearly was a much tougher monofilament. Only drawback to the Back Country seems to be that no one will carry the lighter weights in the large spools.
April 23, 2012
Have Used this line from Lake Ontario for King Salmon to the Chesapeake Bay for stripers to Key West for Grouper, tarpon & permit, have had zero problems, performs well. Dollars well spent.
February 10, 2012
I landed a 46lb Cobia on Back Countly 12lb test. Now I did have 15lb leader tough! I use it offshore all the time and catch big mutton snapper, Black Fin Tuna and Kings! I also landed a 34lb Blackfin Tuna on 15lb Back Country. I also work at Bass Pro Shops and I would definately stand behind the line for the price and performance.
May 2, 2011
Ande's Back Country seems to be a neutral blue color and the extreme durability per line diameter works to allow using lighter weight line to enhance baits to work deeper. Water here tends to be clear to slightly stained and this line fills the bill like a champ.
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