Rebate Berkley® Trilene XL® Smooth Casting Line - 1000 Yards

   

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Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

4

Diameter:
0.2 mm

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XLEP4-22

Low-Vis Green

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6

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
XLEP6-22

Low-Vis Green

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8

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
XLEP8-22

Low-Vis Green

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10

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
XLEP10-22

Low-Vis Green

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12

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
XLEP12-22

Low-Vis Green

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14

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
XLEP14-22

Low-Vis Green

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17

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
XLEP17-22

Low-Vis Green

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20

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
XLEP20-22

Clear

1000 Yards

4

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
XLEP4-15

Clear

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6

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
XLEP6-15

Clear

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8

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
XLEP8-15

Clear

1000 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
XLEP10-15

Clear

1000 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
XLEP12-15

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

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6

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
XLEP6-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
XLEP8-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
XLEP10-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
XLEP12-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
XLEP14-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
XLEP17-26

Clear/Blue Fluorescent

1000 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
XLEP20-26
  • Incredible handling plus exceptional strength
  • Super limp
  • Low memory
  • Smooth handing
Berkley's Trilene XL Smooth Casting Line is an excellent all-purpose mono line that combines incredible handling with exceptional strength for trouble-free fishing. Famous for its super limpness, low memory, smooth handling and toughness, this easy casting Trilene XL Line's unique formula also ensures less line twisting, fewer kinks, minimal backlashes and superior abrasion resistance.   
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 98 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trilene Smooth Casting I have used Trilene fishing line for years and other than my Bass rods that is all I use. My Bass rods get Flourocarbon Line.Trilene Smooth Casting has low memory,the strength of this line is fantastic.and it casts a country mile. March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product this is the only fishing line that I use on all my fishing reels.i have tried other kinds and I always come back to Berkley Triline March 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Line I like this line. It has absolutely NO memory which to me is a huge deal when purchasing line. There have been too many times to count where memory-filled line jumps off my reel because it simply wants to turn in every which direction. It's a waste of money, waste of time, and just frustrating. But, when the line is 4 or 6 or 8lb Test, it pretty much means your line will hold THAT amount. I've done some tests and my 4lb line snaps at 6lbs, my 6lb snaps at 9lbs, and my 12lb snaps at 17lbs, so really it's not the strongest line out there. If you want some seriously strong line, maybe look into P-Line CXX. I caught a 24lb Lake Trout on their 6# test line...INSANE. But be warned, the memory is pretty high on that line. Overall the Trilene XL is nice. The Low-Vis Green works well in murky waters, which helps with more bites. It's relatively cheap considering you get 1,000 yards of it, and it's all-in-all a good line. There HAVE been instances of the knot slipping with this line but that's obviously my fault, so no complaints there. March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Line I will lace more reals with this stuff! Excellent line. I bought 8# test and love it!!!!!! July 20, 2013
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I fish a brackish lake with 30"-36" snook and I have been using an 8" steel leader ahead of my lipless crank. there are also some good bass in the lake as well. what would be the best choice of line...XL or Big Game and what test and color?
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My choice would be 30# Big Game in green, I use it as a short leader when fishing for large fish in rocks and logs so I don't lose my 65# braided line, have to really pull hard to break off this 30# big game.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Try 12 to 20 lb test line, which is good for fishing snook around bridges and high current areas, or for a challenge, Tarpon on the flats.

Low-visibility: A stealth-like line that blends into most underwater environments when the fish aren't biting or heavy fishing in the area has made the fish smarter.
Low-visibility clear: This color works well in ultra-clear water or when you know the fishing area you have selected tends to have fish that seem reluctant to bite.
Clear/blue fluorescent: A perfect balance for sunlight to illuminate the line above the surface, while staying clear below the surface.
High-visibility gold: This bright color makes it easier to see when a fish strikes and to view your line position in a current. This color is also beneficial for low-light conditions including dawn, dusk, and at night.
Moss green: This color works well in waters with heavy vegetation or algae.
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ARE THE LARGE SPOOLS AVAILABLE
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Yes. Go buy a few!
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yes, but you have to get them from indepent stores or Berkley
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I've used both trilene and versions of stren and have had problems with line memory on both brands. what can I do to reduce this problem? it drives me nut.
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I unspool my line outside and stretch tight between fence poles about 20-40 feet and let the sun soften while under tension. I have not tried a line conditioner for this so you may try this method.
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You can try 2 things off the top of my head:

1. Don't spool the line super tight when you initially put it on - I am very guilty of this.

2. Put the spool on it's side and reel up line, and when you see the line start to buckle and bend up between the rod tip and the spool, flip the spool over - repeat the process until you're done.

Always use all your guides when spooling up line, also.

That seems to help me. :)
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You should take a large Pyrex glass cup nad fill it with hot water. Let the spool sit for around 2 hours. Take the spool out and put it on your reel wet. The memory will be eliminated and it will pack hard on the spool making it easier to fish.
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Try some " Real Magic ". It works for me.
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I spool my line to within 1/8th of the top of the spool. While spooling on to the reel, I spray the line with 'Kevin Van Dam Line and Lure' that reduces line memory.
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It can be the way you are spooling the reel. If while you're spooling your reel & the line twists while going on, turn the line spool over & see if it fixes the problem.
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The reel manufactures have made some major changes to the reel spools making them larger and as a result it keeps down the line memory issue.
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OK, so here's how it goes with line: Stren is not good line. I have had various bad experiences and the abraison resistance is terrible. Trilene is pretty good, very low memory, lots of stretch, so it is not suited for frogging or jerkbaiting. With Trilene XL, respool every six months or so or it will start to knot and get a lot of memory. It is the same deal with most lines. I personally prefer to use flourocarbon or braid for all of my fishing. flourocarbon is great in thin weeds or in midwater presentations. For flouro, go with seaguar. they have the best. for braid, go with spiderwire or suffix. I prefer suffix for mono too. I have used many different lines and these consistently work the best.

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When spooling your reel, make sure you pay attention to the line. Sometimes you'll start to get twist, at that time, flip the filler spool in the opposite direction of the twist. Also, reel the line through a rag soaked with line conditioner. It helps to keep the line form twisting.
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Line memory can be compounded in a couple of ways. Make sure when spooling that the line it is unrolling from the spool and not looping off from the side of the spool. This will add a twist too the line causing it to perform as if it has memory. Secondly in cool weather use line recomened for ice fishing. For it is designed to stay limp. Thirdly line on the spool for a year or so un-used will get memory. This is true with any line. So re-spool often with the proper line for the season and do it properly. I hope this helps. I just wish I didn't have to learn it the hard way. Best of luck.
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and which specific kind is best?
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It's all personal preference - but this is my favorite. I added an in-depth review on the product page to help explain why.
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Trilene XL is smooth for casting & minimal memory
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For spinning tackle, this is the best mono you can get!
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TRILENE
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Trilene XL Smooth
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I like Trilene XL for spinning reels and Sten for baitcasting...Prefer Powerpro braid for both spinning and baitcasting reels.
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II would say trilene xl. That is what i use for ever thing
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i would like to know wich is a better fishing line..........
TRILENE XT EXTRA TOUCH
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TRILENE XL SMOOTH CASTING
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Extra smooth cast very well and is tougher than anybody thinks.
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XT stand for extra tough, it has a tendency to be a little stiff it works quite well on bait casters but it has a tendency to jump off of spinning reels. I like XL idt is not as stiff, I use XL on baitcasters and spinning reels.
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i like smooth casting because it is as strong as cable but still is invisible and casts smooth each time. hope i helped
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I like the XT. I fish a lot of structure. Both are great products. I will use the XL if I am fishing schooling bass when I need to make a long cast.
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It depends what ur application is. if ur fishing in heavy cover use XT if not and wanna smooth casting and good sensitivity use XL
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I have fished with both XL and XT lines. If you fish several days in a row all day long where memory and line twisting issues can become a problem, I prefer the XL Line.
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XT for cloudy waters aand XL for overall fishing
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No comparison.…buy the XL. It's just as strong as the XT.
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I primarily use spinning gear, so for me, Trilene XL is the best choice. I want a smooth, easy, and accurate cast and I get it every time from this product. If I'm in an area where I worry about abrasion, I just run the line through my fingers periodically and re-tie if necessary.
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Easy...XT is great if fishing near rocks,tree limbs,etc.-anywhere that something will contact the line. XL is great for wide open fishing or if your priority is castability.
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I like the smooth casting better. Extra tough is super thick and is a bit difficult to cast. extra tough also has higher memory. if would need extra tough in a situation, just use a higher pound test in the smooth casting.
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