Ande Back Country Monofilament Line - 1/4 lb. Spool
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
Great line for fresh and saltwater
I purchased this line after watching a video of a guy comparing some lines, in the end, this was the strongest, and had the most abrasion strength, so I bought it, and wasn't sure if I would like it or not, but I love it, it is an outstanding line, fishes great in the flats, and even fishes well up here for bass to crappie, just a good line, and over 1,000yrds for the price, unbeatable.
May 5, 2009
Tons of memory
This line is not the fine, premium line that I expected. It has so much memory, it's unbelievable. I flip open the bail on my reel for the first time and it flies off like a Slinky! Now I need to take apart my reel because it got underneath the spool, too. However, it is very hard to see underwater. I still would not recommend this line at all.
April 4, 2010
I've been using the Ande 20lb & 30lb for a couple of years now surf fishing and this line is TOUGH! The "clear" color is virtually invisible in the water. The line memory is great as well no "twisting" problems on the spool even after a full season you need only to pull off the first 100yards or so annd your back to brand new line!
April 12, 2011