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Free Offer Berkley® Trilene XT® Extra Tough Line - 1000-Yard Economy Spool

   

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Product Color
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Lb. Test Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
XTEP6-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.31 mm

Model:
XTEP8-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
XTEP10-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
XTEP12-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
XTEP14-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.43 mm

Model:
XTEP17-22

Low-Vis Green

1000 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.48 mm

Model:
XTEP20-22

Built to deliver the super strength and durability needed when fishing around rocky ledges, heavy weeds, docks and rough brush piles, this abrasion resistant Trilene XT monofilament line excels in heavy cover. An excellent high-performing, low-memory line that casts very well and won’t put a large dent in your wallet, this mono line is designed to allow you to get away with some incredibly dicey casts.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent Line in a Pinch This is a decent line in a pinch, here's why: THE GOOD: The line is strong and abrasion resistant. I have had no real issues when tying on fluorocarbon leaders with back-to-back uni-knots, or knot strength in general. THE BAD: The line has a thick diameter, probably due to whatever makes it abrasion resistant. This makes it rigid - and whether you spool this loose or tight, the right way or the wrong way, at some point you are going to have line jump the spool. When I use anything over 12 lb. test, this problem increases exponentially. The rigidity also impedes lure action. THE VERDICT: If you are doing any sort or long distance casting, or looking for mono to put into a baitcast reel - go with Trilene XL, NOT XT! You could do much worse, but for me I now spool up with the appropriate weight line in XL no matter what. Heavy cover or not - I haven't looked back once. July 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great line you can always trust this line.it's tough and holds up very well. if you want softer better casting line buy the XL. i like them both for different applications. June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hands down...best mono i've been at this for 35 yrs. it's just the best all-around mono you can get. with all of the other stuff i need to be concerned with while fishing...my line should not be one of them! i use 6 and 8 lb test for my clear water lake and have found that the low-vis green just 'disappears' in the water!! very important ! great stuff !! January 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tough!!! This line is tough! I use it for striped bass. It does the job well! It is a bit stiff, doesn't cast that far, but that's just me! It does have a bit of memory, but it is abrasion resistant, Not much for saltwater use. That's why I went to Trileen Big Game. January 23, 2013
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Just want to get a knew line. Berkley makes great stuff. I tried Stren, but not the same. Thanks!
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pretty-much. it also depends on what test you are using. something i have found recently is fishing line conditioner. it really works and makes all lines cast better and longer...check it out.
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yes it does i have been using it for yrs and it hasn`t let me down yet
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I haven't tried it on a baitcaster but it casts great on a spinning outfit.
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Yes. I am a loyal Trilene fan and like many others I use XT on my casting reel and XL on my spinning reel and have no problems making long distance casts with either.
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That depends. I only use the XT on my bait casters, since it is a bit tougher, larger and a little stiffer. However for spinning gear, in my opinion, XL can't be beat.
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be caerful with Berkly line it coils up very bad
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I tried the XT a few years ago and I didn't like it. The XL is very limp, casts great, and is an all around nice line. The XT is way too stiff and I didn't find it to be any more abrasion resistant. If you are looking for a really tough and durable line that is still easy to work with, try Maxima Ultragreen. It costs a little more but you get what you pay for. Be aware that Maxima is not as limp as the XL when you first spool it, but it will relax a little with use. It is however, ten times tougher than the Trilene XL. I hope you find this helpful. Good luck and happy fishing!
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its good for any conditions because the red color refracts faster and the fish cant see it. you can but they cant
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The problem with the color red is that while it does filter out in about 3 feet of water, it leaves the line looking grey and not invisible at all. I tried to like Cajun Red Line but for my money, Trilene anything in low-vis green is the way to go unless it's gin-clear water. There's a school of thought that says clear/blue flourescent is the way to go in super clear conditions.
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i believe the red line's " low vis " is mostly in a saline situation . as far as prismatic visability in fresh water ? i have used it , have i caught more fish due to that ? i truly do not know , but i have used red braid line in fresh water
and will say it might have put off a few bass in the shallow's . i repeated same trail with mono and had several catches with same lures . my belief is i think if its there and its hungry a reaction bite will occur either way ?
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all around low-vis in nearly all waters, except if you find a crystal clear body of water. this stuff coils up really bad though
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I think red is not a good color for a line. Of course you'll catch fish on it. but it will be more visible to fish. In muddy water it's not that important, but in clear water, during the day it will be more visible. At night or in lowlight red is the first color to "disappear" and we (and fish) see it as black or a dark color, so, it will be more visible. The best colors for line are clear and green. I prefer green because it doesn't reflect much light, so it will be less visible. Also most lakes have green weeds and green algae, so the line virtually disappears. And even ultra clear water has a green taint to it, so green is always a good option. An even better option is camouflaged line (with sections of different colors). If you can find a line you like in camouflage, then buy it!

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on a rainy and dark day while backtrolling plugs for winter steelhead the line is sometimes hard to see, otherwise no problems. Have used 12#, 14# and 30# with excellent results.
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