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Specifically designed for anglers in pursuit of world record fish, Ande® Tournament Monofilament Line is pre-tested to ensure that it won’t “over test” its IGFA weight class. Specially formulated for softness, durability and superior knot strength, this low-memory, tournament line features a smaller diameter for longer, smoother casts and less drag when trolling or battling a fish.
Pre-tested to ensure it won't over-test its IGFA weight class
Specially formulated for softness, durabillity and superior knot strength
Low memory with smaller diameter for longer, smoother casts and less drag
I've used this line for about 10 years. It is strong, supple, and uniform in diameter. No flat spots or nicks that can diminish strength. I primarily use 10lb and 12lb test. Both sizes are have a natural tendency to lie flat on a bait casting reel spool , a characteristic that really makes for easy casts. Best light line on the market.
September 12, 2012
Best line ever!
I always hated new line. The memory of line these days can guarantee kinks. This line has yet to kink, or knot! I love it and is the best for the buck.
May 23, 2012
Ande tournament green line
this is one of the best mono lines I have ever used been a tournament fisherman for 25 plus years strong,abrasive, just all around great line....
May 2, 2012
Best or the best
This line is recommended for really experts fishers for battles with monsters
April 17, 2012
It's hard to know what the fish sees, but I can still see it under clear water. I always use two to three feet of flourocarbon leader tied on with a blood (barrel) knot to eliminate line shadow. I makes a huge difference in lure presentation.
I have used it, and its not too bad. The only problem is on a cloudy day with chop its hard to follow. The trout will pick up the bait almost as fast as it hits the water and take off on a run and its hard to judge just where they are and when to set up on them.
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