Holder of over 1,300 IGFA World Records in both fresh and saltwater, Ande Premium Monofilament Line is widely recognized by serious anglers throughout the world for its excellent knot strength and superior durability. Available in a variety of easily visible colors, this low-memory, premium line features a smaller diameter for longer, smoother casts and less drag when trolling or battling a fish.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by bama3701 Best purchase ever made in fishing line.
This is the best 6 lb. test fishing line I have ever used for crappie fishing. Good durability.
April 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by joesphx Proven over the Years
Ande line has been our choice of line since I can remember, about 50 years. The line was the best line choice over the years, limper than most and seemingly more rugged, until all this fancy new stuff in the last ten years or so. We used just the standard no color in S. Fl. and the Keys. When I moved to the N Fl Gulf coast I was advised to use pink line- harder for the fish to see. I don't know about that but it works. I still use Ande for bottom fishing and drifting but I admit, it's hard not to use something like spiderwire for casting.
December 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by luredin best mono on market
i've been using ande for 20 years, the best i've found.
October 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by YoElPescador Can always count on Ande's line
Used it for decades - take abuse like few others, less stretch than most others, excellent knot strength. It's very rare that I break off a fish unless there's a good reason for it.
May 13, 2012
I fished the Island surf three years ago in the summer. What a beautiful spot. I asked around about tackle and really what I use here on the North end of the Gult was good enough- pink Ande line. Lures- the TT23 Mirrolure fished out from the sandbar or shrimp softtail jigs. I don't use bait or the artificial baits. I hope you are going back there since you asked this a long time aga.
Yes, it is fine but monofilament tends to have a lot of memory, so will coil up on you. If you use mono, change it every season. Or you can go braided line for trolling and live bait. But if you cast and retrieve, stick with mono or fluorocarbon. ANDE is a great line.
Depends. I use it where I will be roughing it up on rocks and the like- just dispose of the old line and add new. That's saltwater fishing. If I was freshwater fishing I would go with something new tech, limp and strong as iron, like the spiderwire type unless you don't enounter a lot of underwater obstructions like old timber, branches. Then use mono it's cheaper.
All my freshwater fishing is done with envy green in 6 or 8 pound test, it spools great on open face spinning reels and casting is a dream. I dont believe the hi-vis green has ever affected my ability to catch fish. Pricewise it very competitive with the other premium brands
our experience with ande line has been poor,it's great for a couple of weeks then starts to hold memory really bad and starts to come off in loops and stays coiled up when casted,have had trouble with line breaking easy and knots not holding. we used 10 pound test and not pleased
I have the 8# envy green and it works well on my spinning reels. I also have the 6# rose and it does not work on my spin reels, possibly a bad batch or a difference in composition for the different colors
I fish fresh water period,and am looking for a replacement for stren. I fish inline spinners 90% of time for trout,so line twist comes into play,and in local streams can get anything from a tiny sunny to a 40+ in muskie. Do you all think this line would be a good choice?
Adna would be a great replacement for a it stretches and this will give you the ability to handle bigger fish on lite lines. As to line twisting that is a on going problem with spinning reels. The more expense the reel the less problems you have with line twisting.