Cajun Advantage™'s Monofilament's co-polymer formula is designed for the most demanding fishing conditions, offering longer, stronger performance, plus increased abrasion resistance without increased memory. Cajun Advantage Monofilament Line offers a unique formula which allows it to strongly resist damaging UV rays. 1/4 lb spool.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 7waterfowl Great Line!!!!!!
I was very impressed with this line. Very strong and holds knots. Has great feel when fish are baiting and cast very well!!!! A+
April 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jbal32 Just Terrible
This terrible stuff has done nothing but fray and FAIL when it matters most. I have lost more bass and channel cat this summer because of this line then all my other summers combined. I used the 10lb variety, save your time and your sanity by spending your money on something else!!!
June 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tunahead no problems
Have used both 30 &50 pound test lines last year for tuna...6 fish to 70# with 30 pound and 10 fish to 80 pounds with 50#..excellent line and knot strength and good abrasion resistance..an added benny, fish don't see it. respooled with it for this year.
April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by redfishx22 Best line ever
We fish in large fishing boat and this line out fishes any other line!!!!
March 16, 2012
yes this line is a great line on a baitcaster no so mutch for a spinning reel becouse it makes loopes every once in a while but good line but dont fill the spool all the way up leave about an 1/8 of an inch space frome the top of your spool to your line if u want to be sure but i have no problem fillin mi spool full but not over the spool but over all it is a good line on a boitcaster if its low profile tho dont go over 30lbs
We have used the various Cajun lines on baitcasters, spinning reels, and spin casting reels...and am pleased with it on all of these types of reels.... It may not preform quite as well as the "super premium, super expensive" line, but it isn't far off, and for the money, you'd be hard pressed to find a line that beats it... We fish pretty much year round for everything from trout with ultra lites and 6 pound test, to heavy catfish rigs with 50 pound test. And we go thru ALOT of line. Even more now that we are retired.... The Cajun lines won't break the bank like the more expensive lines, and they preform almost as well.... If you only have a few reels and don't fish or change your line all that much, then go for the "super premium high-dollar stuff"...but if you have several dozen reels that you need to keep up and running, and don't have "deep pockets", then the various Cajun lines are the way to go.