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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.
Cajun Line® Cajun Red Cast® Premium Monofilament Line
This stuff will be straight as can be if you tug on it hard enough. once you cast it out it coils up like a slinky. I wouldnt recommend this to someone i hate!
January 6, 2011
my favorite line!
i have been fishing for 12 years(im 15) and this is by far my favorite line in the world. i have this on my baby; a ugly stik heavy action bigwater 6' rod and a shakespeare all metal 20lbs baitcaster on it. i asolutely love this line. its super strong, and oh so thin. therefore you can put more line on ur reel!
December 22, 2010
Fished a year ago with somebody who used the 12-lb line on his spinning rods fishing for Speckled Trout and Red Fish in the marsh. His lines on several rods broke often and he lost a lot of tackle. Didn't think much of it since I did not know how old the line was, etc. Bought the 20-lb line to use as leader material below a popping cork, with a sliding cork and for bottom fishing, Carolina or drop shot rigged. The line is less break resistent than 12-lb Suffix line. I lost tackle at an alarming rate. Will use the rest to replace 10 or 12-lb line and use other 20-lb line as leader material. Not worth the $5.00 per role.
December 5, 2010
This is good line but prefer Berkely...can't quite comprehend why supposedly fish can't see this line but can see red hooks and bleeding lures...makes you wonder! Understand the concept better on the line since red is the first color to disappear underwater.
October 24, 2010
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