Bass Pro Shops® Magibraid™ Lead Core Trolling Fishing Line

   

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Length
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Metered

100 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.61 mm

Model:
LC12100MAG

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100 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.68 mm

Model:
LC15100MAG

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100 Yards

18

Diameter:
0.76 mm

Model:
LC18100MAG

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100 Yards

27

Diameter:
0.81 mm

Model:
LC27100MAG

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100 Yards

36

Diameter:
0.84 mm

Model:
LC36100MAG

Metered

100 Yards

45

Diameter:
0.89 mm

Model:
LC45100MAG
  • Dupont nylon yarn tightly braided over a soft 99.9% lead core
  • Small diameter allows more reel capacity than standard lead core lines
  • Color metered every ten yards

Magibraid™ Lead Core Trolling Fishing Line is manufactured with high tenacity, multifilament, Dupont® nylon yarn tightly braided over a soft 99.9% pure lead core. The smaller-diameter line also allows more reel capacity than standard lead core lines. Color metered every 10 yards with a high visibility dye, this line enables the angler to determine depth at a glance. Magibraid™ Lead core is a must for every angler who trolls in deep water. Available in 12 to 45 pound test on 100-yard spools.

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PLEASED Caught a Spanish Mackerel within 4 minutes of putting the line in the water so I think the line is wonderful. Also caught several other fish during my trolling time. August 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Watch your counter Great colors, easy to meter the length but when spooling make sure you figure in around 140-150 yards even though it says 100yds. The thickness will change your estimation ( take it from the guy who did the math and it didn't work by 30 yes/3 colors ;) so allow some room so you don't have to unspool backer and Braided. Happy fishing! August 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad Line This line in 45# test is the worst line I ever used. The lead started to come thru the braid after landing a good striper.I discarded the line after only one days use. August 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by perfect works perfect for trolling for stripers in lakes. i needed a line that would get the jig down to where they were. worked since i got it and hasnt stopped April 2, 2012
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Penn's they need to be large enough to hold this line as it is bulky and needs backing and a long leader.
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Big ones!
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I use an Offshore Angler Gold Cup GC70LDC 7’ 1-PIECE that I paid $59.99 at BPS 3 years ago. Not sure if they are still available through BPS.

For the reel I use a Penn 330GTi on it. Easily holds plenty of mono backing, 175 yds of Power Pro, 10 colors of lead and 20' of leader.
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4'-5' per color at 1-1/2 mph A little more slower and a little less faster, I use 2 - 10' poles out the side and fish for walleye.
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The general view is 5ft per color at 2 mph. Going down to 1mph may add as
much as 10ft to each colors depth as LC line is very speed sensitive,
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20'-25' with worm harneses. Varies a lot with crank baits as they all have their own diving depths. Some with the lead go 45'.
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4-5 feet per color depending on trolling speed. I figure 40-45 feet down for all 10 colors when trolling for Salmon on Lake Michigan and I usually troll about 2.2-.25 MPH
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The guideline is 5ft per color at 2mph.
Dropping speed 1mph can add up to 10ft of depth as LC line is very speed sensitive.
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