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Cajun Line Cajun Red Cast Premium Monofilament Line

   

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Red

300 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
CLCAST F6
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999516

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Red

300 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
CLCAST F8
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999517

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Red

300 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
CLCAST F10
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999518

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Red

300 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
CLCAST F12
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999519

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Red

300 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
CLCAST F14
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999520

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Red

300 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.43 mm

Model:
CLCAST F17
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999521

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Red

300 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.46 mm

Model:
CLCAST F20
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 999522

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Cajun Line® Cajun Red Cast® Line disappears in three feet of water, but is still tough enough to reel in a monster is no longer impossible to find! Cajun Red Cast® has low memory for better cast control; an extra limp formula for smooth, long distance casts; maximum knot and line strength. Cajun Red Cast Line is the perfect line for freshwater fishing with all types of reels. 300-yard spool.

  • Disappears in three feet of water
  • Low memory for better cast control
  • Extra-limp formula for smooth, long casts
  • Ideal for freshwater fishing
Cajun Line Cajun Red Cast Premium Monofilament Line 3.7 5 124 124
Good line This is good line. I use it spider rigging for crappie. It has good strength and is fairly soft. It practically disappears in stained to muddy water. February 23, 2015
Actualy does what it claims to do! I have been fishing for thirdy years, and Cajun red is the best line I have ever used ! This line is abraysion resistent, great knot strenght, it actualy turns invisible three feet under water, so the only thing the fish see is the lure! This line has low memory, great distance when casting,also a very strong line, I have been snaged with Cajun line and have saved a lure , the line did not even fray! Where my old brand line Trylene XL, wolud have snapped! The diameter of the line is smaller than other monofilament, the 6 # test is as strong as 8# test , the 8# is as strong as the 10# test! I also find that it last a little longer that the other brands! So if you are looking for a new fishing line! Give Cajun Red a try! You wont be disapointed! July 7, 2007
Better than Original Formula, Still Not Great Line manufactures will tell you that red disappears underwater. Lure manufacturers will tell you that red mimics a blood trail and triggers a feeding instinct in the fish when the see it. So who's right? Whatever the case may be, Cajun Red is still one of the most overrated lines I've used. I tried the regular Cajun awhile back and battled some of the worst fishing line memory ever. Thinking maybe the Cast Premium formula might handle better, i gave it another try. It definitely handles a little bit better, but there's still a lot more memory than most lines on the market. Until Cajun reworks their formula to make it softer, I'm staying away. December 22, 2007
Very nice line This thursady i went fishing to a shrimp farm in Ecuador there we could catch a lot of samll fish and also corvinas which are like a sea trout but a lot bigger. We fished all day long with live shrimp tied to a floater. The coolest part of the day was when a 30+ fish hit and made a run of about 100 meters that fish was as powerful as a mahi mahi and it was very difficult to bring to the net this line resisted very well to that fish. I would have caught the fish but a friend of mine tried to pull the fish with his hand and broke the line. It is a very nice line. Try to wrap the line very tight on the reel. The line was of about 20 pounds of resistance. January 15, 2009
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I would say no. There are much better monofilament lines on the market than this
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YES I USE THIS LINE IN CLEAR LAKES AND MUDDY LAKES AND RIVERS PERFORMS GREAT ON ANY WATER CLEARITY.
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Ive used this line under all water conditions for many species of fresh water fish with great success
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no worst line i ever used.
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I can see it in semi clear water. If I can sk can fish.
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Yes, it is nearly invisible in 3 feet of water or less. It's great for spooky fish like bass crappie and trout.
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I DONT KNOW IF IT IS REALLY INVISIBLE UNDER WATER BUT IT IS HARD TO SEE THE LINE IN THE WATER. I DONT THINK BASS MIND THE LINE COLOR AS LONG AS YOU HAVE WHAT THEY WANT TO EAT.
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Yes it is completely invisible
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invisable no, hard to see yes
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yes it does highly recomended by me
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Yes its almost completly invisable
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Not at all. Only REAL deep.
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not really, the red will look a little less noticable, but no, it isnt invisible, unless you or the fish is blind, and then yes it will be.
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