Cajun Line Cajun Red Lightnin' Monofilament Line - 1/4-lb. Spool
this is the best line i have ever used and the only line i will use from now on
July 15, 2010
Cajun Line "Cajun Red Lightnin'" 20# test/650 yds
I first bought a 20# test/650 yds spool for my Penn 9500SS just because I had never seen the name or color on the shelf before. While the red color is nice to look at, I quickly found out that this line casts very well! It tends to cast like a lighter smaller line than it really is. It also has low memory and does not offer to tangle even when I am launching 1/2oz weight on 20# line! This line appears to have a high abrasion resistance and the great flexibility and knot strength make it a joy to work/play with. Much to my pleasant surprise, this line does start to dissappear once in the water!
I have used other brands and styles of lines over my 40+ years of fishing around the U.S.A. and Canada, but this line has caught my attention and as of this writing, I've already ordered in more "Cajun Red Lightnin'" for further,more extensive testing, and use.
That is about the best recommendation I know of at this time. Should I get a world record "Cat" here in Missouri with this line I WILL write another review!
May 16, 2006
Best Line I have ever used It's very tough good sesitivity. It's very smooth and casts great. I would Recomended this line to everybody.
November 30, 2006
Super Stretchy Junk
I bought this line for the disappearing act that it is supposed to have. I'm currently respooling my reels that have Cajun line on them. This past weekend as we were bass fishing I snagged my line twice. Once with a crankbait and the other with a Texas rigged worm. Both times I tried to "pop" my line and get it loose IT BROKE. Not at the knot or quick clip, but in the middle, the line wasn't even in the water when it broke. It DIDN't have any nicks or burrs in it either. This line is also Too Stretchy. I have missed many a fish by setting the hook, only to have the lure come flying back at me or my buddies in the boat. THUMBS DOWN
July 24, 2006