Ande Premium Monofilament Line - 1/2 lb. Spool
I have been using Ande in pink for almost 25 years for worm fishing and jigging. It is without a doubt the toughest monofilament I have ever found. I first tried it in 15 pound weight and found it was very difficult to break if hung up. I switched to 12 pound test and have been quite happy ever since. As is with most monofilament lines, be sure you wet the knot before cinching down as a dry knot will burn it when tightened.
April 23, 2012
Very Good Catfish Line
I drift fish at the Lake of the Ozarks for Blue Cats. These fish can get up to 60-80 lbs as I'm sure you know. This 30# Ande Monofilament Line has never failed me and I've found it to be more suitable than braided line. Each year I tie into a big fish at some point in time with the largest this year being 61#'s. This line is a good casting line and has held up perfectly in landing large fish.
November 11, 2010
best mono available
I have used ande line mainly for my catfish rods for several years. By far it is my preferred line. A problem with most heavier test mono is line memory. The ande does too, but no where near what some of the other more expensive brands have. I highly recommend this line for any application. And the envy green is awesome, glows like no other in sunlight and under ultraviolet.
April 19, 2011
Great baitcaster line!
I use this line in my baitcasting reels! It has great abrasion resistance, low memory, high strength, great casting, lays flat on the spool! It's a bit stiff, but that's better for baitcasting reels, in my opinion because I find it harder to backlash! And being new to baitcasting that's wonderful.
December 27, 2011