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.
Virtually invisible under 3' of water
Excels in the toughest of fishing conditions
High abrasion resistance, low stretch and superior knot strength
Cajun Line® Cajun Red Lightnin'® Monofilament Line - 1/4-lb. Spool
IT'S OK BUT......
After reading the reveiws I thought I would give this line a try. Actually the thing that attracted me to the line was the red color. I just bought a Penn Fierce combo and thought the red line would look good on it also I was looking for a cheaper line that worked good without breaking the bank.
The good: limp, casts good, cool color, low cost.
The bad: I didn't think it was all that abrasion resistant, and knot stregnth was subpar.
I really wanted to like the Cajin line but after using it for a season and having to retie more often than I ever remember having to before and breaking off a few nice fish I'm still on the look for my low cost alternative. I just spooled up with Ande Backcountry, we'll see how that works.
May 13, 2012
Excellent Monofilament Line
Just thought I would submit my opinion about this line after reading some of the negative reviews. First, I consider most of the negative comments inflated, perhaps submitted by inexperienced people who simply expect too much from monofilament fishing lines. I agree that the line is super strong and highly invisible--both good things if you know anything about fishing. I use the 10 - 20lb. test Red Lightening brand exclusively for my salt and freshwater 'baitcasters' and I've never experienced a single line failure, bird's nest, nor have I loss a heavy fish due to line breakage. Yes, the line has very prevalent memory characteristics but you can significantly reduce the affect by dressing it with REEL MAGIC or some other type of line dressing. Sure, you'll have to spend a few extra bucks but that's the price you pay for being a fisher. With that being said, welcome to the world of fishing!!! Lastly, you could spend a whole lot more money for other brands of fishing lines that have the same characteristics. But I am certain none will out perform Cajun. Just my opionion--and try REEL MAGIC; the stuff really works!!
February 16, 2012
very strong, virtually invisible in the water.
very strong, virtually invisible in the water. Two problems--if you could call it that--are that when you hang up it is nearly impossible to break the line by hand and it is almost impossible to see when you tie it up.
August 16, 2011
Really like this line. It comes pre spooled on some Zebco 33 reels. Line has high breaking point. Caught many 5-7 pound bass on 10 lb tst.
Most of all is the cost compared to other lines.
July 12, 2011
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.
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