Ande Tournament Monofilament Line - 1/4 lb. Spools
fighting the big one
I have been using ande yellow mono line in catfish tournaments now for the last five years and in my opinion there are none that compare to the dependability and strength, the yellow line has great visibility under the night time fishing lights and the green makes a great leader line, i am sponsored by another leading line company and i still use the andes, shhhhhhh. try it and see
good luck this summer cat-men
March 8, 2008
Once again the Ande product exceeded expectations. I have used the line for years trout fishing due to my father (who is a guide on the White River) using it. Recently I took a trip to Lake Fork where I stepped up to 12 and 16 pound test tournament green line. As expected it performed without fail. This is the best line for the money that you will ever buy.
October 5, 2010
I have been fishing for nearly 50 years and have used Ande lines for as long as I can remember. I was a fishing guide in Florida and line manufacturers would often "comp" lines for me to use. None were of the quality and consistency I grew to rely on from Ande. I still use it today on all my spinning reels and also construct my fly leaders with it. It is a supple, abrasion resistant line with an accurate break strength rating. It is very easy to cast with low memory. The stretchability makes monofilament lines forgiving, unlike todays braided lines.
July 14, 2007
This line is my backup line next to Berkley Big Game for saltwater. Although it is not as abraision resistant, it is perhaps just as tough and has the same castability. This line has some more memory then Big Game though, but it is totally managable. I have put this line to the test on jetties, musselbeds, and offshore oil rigs, and this line remains tough! 20lb. test is my standard line for this line. I would recommend this over Big Game, but I like Big Game a little better, and this line is a tad more expensive, and harder to find at tackle shops. But overall, it is a great line! I use it on my Shimano Thunnus reel on a G-Loomis Greenwater 7'9" rod.
September 7, 2007