Ande® Back Country Monofilament Line - 1/4 lb. Spool
- Superior abrasion-resistance
- Designed for shallow saltwater use
- Very little memory
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Geno71 Only buying this from now on I ordered a few other things and needed some new line for low cost. This had great reviews and was suspiciously cheap, but I bought a small spool of #10. It turned out to be a great decision. It's strong and has just the right amount of memory. It's not fancy and comes in simple packaging (which I prefer), but it works, and it works well. It has low memory, but it doesn't come flying off the bale when you open it. It's cheap enough that you don't need to worry about removing your line if it gets frayed. I haven't used it in a large variety of conditions, but so far it doesn't fray easily. I also really like the rubber band that comes with it. April 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 123Mike123mymy MyAndy Been using Ande Line since the 70s.. It aint broke, so I don"t fix it. BassProShops price is competitive ..... April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eweber The best there is... I have used Ande line for years catfishing and it has never disappointed me. I will use till I die or they quit making it! February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BillfishII Light Line Great products and pricing. Love the stores I have visited. December 17, 2012
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A:Absolutely...in fact I consider it my main go to line for all types of bass fishing..especially tournament fishing when money is on the line.
A:Absolutely, have caught many smallmouth in Lake Ontario and on the Potomac river with this line, great for catfish too!
A:In my opinion it is the best monofilament line for baitcasters or spinning reels for freshwater bass.
A:Yes, it performs very well on baitcasters. I have it on all mine now.
Details:How bad does this line show below water? Most of the water I fish is stained to muddy.
A: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.
A:The back country is virtually invisible in the water given it's blueish clear color. I useit surf fishing off the NJ coast and so far have found no issues with it.
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A:This line blends well in the water. You will have no problem in stained water, in fact you will love the toughness of this line.
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