Berkley Trilene Big Game Line - 1/4-lb. Spools

   

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Whether it's a bottom fish that wants to stay deep or a flats tarpon that's headed for the moon, Berkley® Trilene® Big Game® is the monofilament line that takes on all comers. Trilene Big Game has the strength and toughness to stand up to the challenge. High-impact performance handles the shock and fatigue encountered when fighting big fish. Extra tough, abrasion-resistant formulation stands up to the cuts and scrapes of full-contact fishing.

Berkley Trilene Big Game Line - 1/4-lb. Spools 4.5 5 171 171
Berkley mono I love this fishing line one of the best out there. November 3, 2014
great line Best line I have ever used for the money. I use it in evey situation Nd it has not let me down yet October 30, 2014
Trilene BIG Game No matter how many "New and Improved" fishing lines I have tried, there is one that is on 90% of my reels right now and every time I go to the lake. My grandfather told me that Berkley Trilene was the best line he ever fished with and nothing has happened in my fishing to change that opinion. I always catch more fish when using Trilene and it always performs. I use every weight between 8 and 20 pounds but have found the 12 and 15 to be the most versatile. Add to that the exceptionally good price and there is no way to go wrong. In the past 3 months alone I have landed several largemouth in excess of 6 pounds out of weed and lily pad infested waters in central Florida using only 12# test without breaking off. This includes 2 of 8+ pounds and a bruiser that was 13+# Yes, seriously, 13+ 27 1/2 inches long with a 19 inch girth, using 12# test Trilene Big Game on top water. The simple fact is Trilene Big Game is the best, most economical fishing line on the market, period. A quick tip, 15# and up change the action of lighter top water plugs (it weighs down the front of the plug) so use the 12# on top. The diameter is still big enough to be abrasion resistant and strong. Set your drag correctly and don't panic when the big one hits! October 27, 2014
Great line for rigs and backing I use this line for making my own rigs (rarely) and for backing on my inshore setups. I use 15 pound test for both of them. When inshore fishing, I have caught many fish that have pulled line out to the backing. I have caught a 32 pound redfish that pulled line to the backing, and didn't snap this stuff. Paired with PowerPro, this works beautifully. September 1, 2014
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and can i use it for a leader as well
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Yes it's a great line for all apps
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Should work as long as heavy abrasion isn't a big issue. Absolutely works as a leader or xy feet on top of other backer line.
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tuff for it's size and i would use it for leader for all three types of fishing
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Absolutely! i use it in the six and eight pound test for Brooke trout! It works very well. It's not as sensitive as some of the other lines out there, but where I fish, there are a lot of snag, and the big game line is great in that stuff, as for strength, it's as strong as nylon rope, but it's still very manageable, low memory,high abrasion resistance, great strength. Give it a try! Hope this helps!
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yes works well for most freshwater species
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Will 15 or 20 pound test work for bass fishing (soft plastics,frogs)
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I use it for swim baits in 20lbs
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You bet! I use 15# with weighted plastics in heavy cover, and 10# for finesse fishing with plastics and smaller hooks.
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i use 15-20lb all the time for bass fishing and fine it holds up very well--have used this line for about 15yrs now and still use it. use it a lot in texas and mexico
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I try to get the thinnest that I can get, but with great strength. I will never buy over 12 lbs for bass. Once i did, and it didn't work out to well.

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15 is a little much (I think) but you could make it work
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I would go for the 15# as this line is very under rated.
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I use the 20 lbs test for catfish. For Bass I usually use 10 lbs test.

You can use 15-20 lbs test. but with soft plastics a lighter line, in my view, puts out a better presentation.

Is your reel rated for the heavier 15 to 20 lbs test line?
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If it's matted or lots of weeds, go to braided. No weeds, 15 is fine..
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what collor for surf fishing in saltwater

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Just clear
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Green
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red line with a 3' clear leader
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clear or green, red works
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It depends if you fish the breakers or past the breakers? If you fish the breakers then use clear or green. If you fish past the breakers then I would use green.
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I like using green.l
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green is a better choice b/c it blends in better w/ the water. know if ur surf fishing in nice clear saltwater than go w/ the clear.
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clear
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12lbs
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8lb-20lb test.
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Really deends on the angler. When I pan fish (crappie) I like to use really light line and sensitive rods like an ulta lite. In salt wtr I tend to use 15 -20 on the flats and surf with a 30 or 40lb shock leader. If ur intent is to just get the fish landed heavier test would better suit you.
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12-17 bass, 20-40 catfish, 2-6 bluegill and crappie....idk about the rest
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crappie and bluegill:8
bass,cats,reds,flounder:20-40
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12lb line would be the best all-around line, but i would have 8-10 for bluegill and crappie. 12-15 for bass, reds & flownder and maybe 20lb if the reds are larger in size and in back waters.
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15-20 lbs
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I fish freshwater and saltwater as well and I use 12lb test and 15lb for the same species of fish.
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10 lb should do it
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Depends if you go to fish for 4 lb bass, 14 lb cats or 4 ounce crappies - I go always on the heavy side of line weight recommended on the rod I use; for example, if rod is rated for 8 - 17 lb line I go with 12 or 14 lb.
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What line works best under black light?
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Berkley Big game is made for saltwater! I use for stripers, in the twelve and fourteen pound test! It works very well, great strength,abrasion resistance,low memory,not as sensitive as some other lines, but it works for me!
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Stren's Big Game in solar green color.
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clear?
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Clear glows pink,purple under black light and green turns black.
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fluorescent
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fireline chrystal
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Dark colored line will work the best.
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Im picking some up because of the inexpensiveness of the line. I plan on getting 30lb and 40lb.
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I have used big game. For over 25 years in saltwater
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YES IF YOU GET THE RIGHT POUND TEST THIS LINE WILL TAKE ON ANYTHING.
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Great for saltwater. I have a three year old spool I use and all my buddies were laughing at me after they spent lots of money on re-spooling their reels every six months. after reeling in several sharks and reds on Dixie bar with this line, they were all going to the store to buy some
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It's a great product and I use it for much of my salt wtr applications, especially grouper, reds and trout. Works really well. No complaints thus far.
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yes good for leader, strong
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YES I think its the BEST bang for the buck.
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great line anywhere.great abbrasive resistance.
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ITS GREAT. I USE 40LBS JUST TO MAKE LEADERS ONLY. ITS WORTH IT.
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Yes it is.
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Red fish I don't know Trout 2lbs
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10-15 lbs.
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Depends if you fish cover or open water. 10lbs will be the lightest and 15lbs the heaviest. Depends on lures and cover you fish
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I use 17lb Suffix on MH 7'0 rod with 20 lb leader, 12 lb on 7"0 or 6'6 rod for for Specks, also with 20 lb leader. I used this brand for leader material for about 6 month now and like it. Might put it on my Red Fish rod for bottom fishing. No frills, good line.
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I would go in the area of 8 lb.
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40 lb. but i got 60 just in case ;)
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Depends. What's the line weight & capacity of your reel ? What rod are you using ?
Reason I ask, Set up your rod and reel as a unit. 8LB line on 8LB reel, on 8-12LB rod. Look at your setup, they should match in capability. Then pick a good quality line, spool up and go.
As to your question, as a general rule, Reds in salt water ( inland waters ), I used to use 20 pound test on a heavy rod off the boat. Trout in inland fresh water lakes, 6-8 pound test is fine off a spinning reel, with 14 pound test off a baitcaster.
Just make sure your tools are a matched set, the rest will fall in place thru carefull planning. Gene
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i use this line on all my reels but i use the xt in red i would like to see this in red on 1/4 lb. spools. ilove the quality of this line. the best ive ever used.
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Don't know anything about using red line. I fish stained water here in Florida, where clear or green line works the best.
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I don't think so it is mono so mostly clear
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don't think so
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No it doesn't and probably wont.
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no but it does come in solar green and electric blue which are really hard to find.
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dont think so
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IM NOT SURE HOW ELECTRIC GREEN LOOKS LIKE, BUT IT DOES COME IN GREEN WHICH I USED IN THE PAST.
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no but u can call company and ask for that color.
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Unless i am dumb Superb is wrong Berkely discontinued that color after having more success with moss green
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I know that this line does come in electric green because I have seen it before, but I do not think that Bass Pro Shops has it.
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It only comes in clear or low-vis green as far as I know. I use the low-vis green and I love it.
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I BELIEVE IT IS MONO. SO FAR I HAVE USED THE GREEN COLOR & BRIGHT BLUE COLOR.
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It is mono.
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mono.
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Monofilament
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Monofilament
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monofiliament even though its not flourocarbon it catches fish
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This is definately a monofilament line, but it is so hard to see in the water that it acts like flurocarbon
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Looks like it says on the spool and the box Monofilament
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A: 
It's mono.
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A: 
mono because braid has a lot stretch to it
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A: 
This is a basic nylon mono line not fluorocarbon.
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