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Bass Pro Shops Magibraid Lead Core Trolling Fishing Line

   

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100 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.61 mm

Model:
LC12100MAG
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  • SKU: 574685

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100 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.68 mm

Model:
LC15100MAG
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  • SKU: 574689

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100 Yards

18

Diameter:
0.76 mm

Model:
LC18100MAG
  • $16.99

  • SKU: 574691

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100 Yards

27

Diameter:
0.81 mm

Model:
LC27100MAG
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  • SKU: 574695

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100 Yards

36

Diameter:
0.84 mm

Model:
LC36100MAG
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100 Yards

45

Diameter:
0.89 mm

Model:
LC45100MAG
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Bass Pro Shops® 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.

  • 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
Bass Pro Shops Magibraid Lead Core Trolling Fishing Line 3.7 5 14 14
Mistake I bought two spools of this line to use when trolling for trout. The line did its job as far as getting deep and catching trout. The problem is when hanging up the 18 pound lead core line would break before the leader (8 lb test). In fact the line broke at the water's surface once causing me to lose three colors (30 yards) and basically ending my day trolling. The colors also faded. I won't use this line again. Fortunately there are quality lead core lines available and I am still catching some nice trout and walleyes. July 27, 2007
Magibraid leadcore CONS- The diameter is not thiner than other brands as suggested, it's thicker. The outer finish is not as smooth as other brands meaning you can hear it rubbing on your guides from friction. The color dye comes off with water as I had purple and blue drops of water around my feet after reeling in. And this was on the first day of use. The line itself has alot of memory as the core lead is pretty stiff so kinks develop easily. The end result is that it's not smooth to use. PROS- Because the core lead is stiff it;s very easy ti strip the cover off when tying to the leader. Otherwise it seems to do what a leadcore line is suppose to do. August 7, 2009
Beats a down rigger For trolling this line can be deadly onTrout. I rig this line onto a level wind reel( over backer line )then tie on a barrel swivel, then about 6' of clear mono line (4 lb - 6 lb) finish the end of the mono with a snap minus the swivel, now your ready to add you favorite trolling lure,Whats great about this line is ,used with a fish finder its deadly. Locate what level the fish are at and let out line about two yards per foot (15 lb test) will get you about 1' of sink rate, colors change every 10 yards for a hundred yards. I used the above rigging on Casitas, and Castaic,And limited on Trout every outing March 31, 2009
trolling for stocked size trout found the same problem as the first reviewer.the 12lb.line started snapping before the 6lb.leader-i tried cutting back and retying several times several times to no avail.bass pro should carry other brands to choose from. September 29, 2007
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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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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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