High abrasion resistance, low stretch and superior knot strength
Strong, and virtually invisible under 3 feet of water - guaranteed to increase your strikes!
This premium Monofilament Line's Cajun Red™ color disappears in as little as 3' of water for dependable stealth presentations. Formulated to excel in the toughest of fishing conditions, Cajun Line offers high abrasion resistance, low stretch and superior knot strength. 1/4 lb spool.
Rated 4 out of 5 by md9963 Great for the price
I purchased the 12 lb test and have found it performs quite well. The only issue is that it is a bit stiff, so it does'nt cast as well as some other brands of 12 lb line, but it is strong and dependable. I have horsed crank baits and other lures out of amazing snags in grass, bushes, trees and rocks and the line has not failed me yet. I landed a 16 pound chinook last week, after a long tough fight, and the line held up fine.
May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheAskingTyler Great Saltwater Line
As a bass fisherman i spend all my money on powerpro this line is great for the little saltwater fishing i do. i use the 30 pound tst on on my Silstar Ct70 reel with an 8ft rod with a bucktail, it works great, its strong for rubbing against piers or rocks its nearly invisible when it hits the water , its great for bucktails it really lets you feel the lure.
April 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishitout fishitout
Great stuff. Really impressed! It casts well and holds up in cold and warm weather. I have now put it on all my reels.
April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by grandpabass love it
I have used this line and love it for buzz baits especially. Easy casting and Backlashes are almost none existence.
March 18, 2013
I had no problem putting it on a baitcaster . After putting it on the reel we tested it off a deck on the back of the house with practice plug. I was very impressed with the way that it spooled back on the reel even dragging it through the grass and snow
its no good. i put 12# test on my baitcaster and after about 3 fishing trips i took it off because on most casts it would get in a birdsnest, so i put 30# test trilene and its fine. cajun line's just too thin.
This line works as well as any other line on a baitcast reel. I have had no problems with excess memory and other things (like backlash) are determined more by the quality of the reel and not the line.