Cajun Line Cajun Advantage Monofilament
I regret to say that Bass Pro should never even carry this line. It is way below their standards. Terrible memory, very low knot strength, and stiff in cool water. I would ask for my money back, but would settle to see a good store like Bass Pro just make it go away from their selection. I wasted some $50+ on various sizes taking into account the bragging on “invisibility” in the water. I IT IS STRIKINGLY INVISIBLE! BUT not worth a thing beyond that. I lost some nice fish and tried a passel of different knots to determine if a specific one was more applicable to the nature of the line. Sorry people, this is junk!
May 27, 2007
Not Very Happy
I have been trying out many different fishing lines and have been trying to find the best one, so decided to try out Cajun Line I wasn't very pleased with the results. The only thing I like about this line is the red color. This line had very high memory and was very stiff. This line is much thicker than other lines I've used. I isn't very smooth casting either. I do not plan to buy this line ever again.
February 15, 2007
I use the #30 test on my catfish rods for monster blues on the james river. When you first put the line on the reel it fly off and is out of control. If you soak the reel with the live on, in hot water for a while, the line will "calm down"
July 5, 2007
Unfair advantage !
I have used Cajun line in different weight classes from 10 to 50 pounds. I've caught everything from Shad to Blackfish to monster Stripers. I had one sunrise during the summer when I stumbled onto a HUGE school of 20-30 inch Stripers. After three hours of non-stop plugging action, I landed 23 fish on 12 lb Cajun line and never lost one! I use the 50lb line on my boat rod for Blues, Stripers and Cod. Cajun line had the strength and durability to stand up to the most demanding party-boat Bluefish frenzy I've ever seen. I praise this line to every person who asks about it, and that unique red color
keeps 'em asking.
November 22, 2006