Ande® Fluorocarbon Leader - 50 Yards
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A leader with the knot strength you want, and the invisibility you need!
This Ande Fluorocarbon Leader offers all the time-tested properties anglers expect in a high-quality leader. Ande’s Fluorocarbon Leaders are made with excellent knot strength, strong abrasion resistance, low stretch, doesn't absorb water, sinks quickly and is totally invisible underwater. These wrist spools start at 10 lb. test and go up to 150 lb. test. A great way for handling the spool when rigging baits. 50 yards.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 15
Rated 5 out of 5 by OB99 Great Stuff
Lightweight, strong, good bit of flex, quite resistant to abrasion. seems like a solid product thus far. Dispenser spool is even nicer than the last couple leaders I've had.
March 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by fishingGodyahmahn good purchase
Everything was good, but very expensive Ande makes a great product, but a dollar a yard is to much..
October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by gilmerfisher Ande Florocarbon Leader
Have been using this line for a while, there may be better but I have tried P-Line also and this is my first choice. I do like P-Line on my reels but gotta have Ande for my leaders.
January 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chemist13 Great Leaders!
This is great leader material! I used this brand of leader in 50 lb test during a recent fihing trip in Clearwater Beach. Over a few hours I caught six nice black-tipped sharks on 5/0 circle hooks with live bait wihout a lost fish! I did have to cutoff the first inch or two of line above the hook and retie after each catch as the line was slightly abraided by the toothy sharks, but that was expected. I think the fluorocarbon leader got me more strikes than I would have gotten with a steel leader. The only negative I have, is that the line is a bit stiff in 50 lb test, but I was still able to tie on hooks and attach to a barrel swivel using improved clinch knots.
November 20, 2012
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