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Mariner Tarred Twisted Nylon Twine

   

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249 Feet

165

Model:
22914
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  • SKU: 1165626

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486 Feet

275

Model:
22719
  • $13.99

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Setting the standard for quality and value, Mariner®'s Tarred Twisted Nylon Twine is made to exact specifications and is a far superior grade of twine, of even diameter and strength. Made from 100% nylon fibers and dyed under pressure with a unique process for complete penetration and lasting color, this twine boasts excellent resistance to abrasion, oil, gasoline and other strength-reducing chemicals. Suitable for trot lines and nets. Imported.

  • 100% nylon fibers
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Resistant to oil, gasoline and other strength-reducing chemicals
Mariner Tarred Twisted Nylon Twine 4.8 5 18 18
Strong Versitile and 3 Strand I have sailed for years. Travelled by schooner from Victoria, Canada to Ackland, New Zealand. I found this line to be of great use when making repairs to rigging on our all block and tackle rigging. I found that it didn't unlay immediately when cut and could even be worked as I would large line for splicing. It was therefore good for macramé and decorative work as well. In particular I used it to form rapping on the metal rails which I then painted. This provided a more natural feel and was warmer to the touch while at sea. September 11, 2012
Best Nylon Twin I use this nylon twin to make Rosaries, its great to make the knots. Bless all those ACTS friends who wish to make the rosaries. July 21, 2011
multi purpose use i use this stuff all the time its great for bank line, cordage, making snares and spring traps. this stuff is really tuff and the three ply can be separated into smaller line for finer things like lashing arrowheads, floss, sutures ect the list is endless what you can do with this stuff. i always have several rolls in my jeep. and never go into the woods without it. the tar makes this line strong and waterproof when submerged in water for fishing also makes great fire starter since the tar is flammable. being smaller diameter then 550 you can take alot more with you without the bulk. August 14, 2010
Great product I bought the Tarred Twisted nylon twine as a utility cord to not replace but supplement my 550 cord supplies. For such a slim product and being tarred, it not only has strength when doubled to equal 550 cord but it is very sturdy and can be trimmed and melted just like 550 cord. You can carry 4 or 5 times the length of the mariners twine as 550 cord in the same volume of space. Not a 100% replacement for 550 cord but It gives it a run for the money in my book. I think a spool of this should be in everybody's stocks. May 10, 2012
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Is the line strength dependable ?
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yes
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ive towed a boat back to the ramp with it before so id say yes
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Is it heavily tarred?
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I would not say that it is heavily tard. But enough for bank line fishing for sure.
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three strands.
Not heavily tarred. You have get your nose right into it to smell it at all.
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There are 3 strands. It is not tarred heavy, I was worried about it being messy to handle but it is does not leave a residue on your hands or anythin. It is heavy enough though I think it would hold up to anything you put it through.
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this is not fishing line. it is good for outriggers
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This line is not intended to be used in a real. It's better suited as bank line.
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I wouldn't recommend using this in a reel situation. Mostly for trot lines and to tie off things exposed to weather.
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neither one man its trotline. youd get line 10 feet of it on your reel.
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This particular line that I purchased is recommended by the manufacturer as suitable for "trotlines'.

It could be used on a 'deep sea' (open faced) reel for special purposes. Keep in mind that this is not a normal fishing line.

I use it for many purposes.

Current strength ratings as of this date (Wed., March 09, 2011) are:

#18 = 165 pounds tensile (breaking) strength
#36 = 320 pounds tensile strength

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It shouldn't be used on either as it is not monofiliment line.
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What is the line diameter?

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I would say 1/16th inch.
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its trotline so think of a small rope with tar on it.
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For item number 42395200 the diamemter is . .058" and for item number 42395400 the diameter is .085".
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45 lb. test
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Approx. Break Test (Pounds)

# 18 is 165 Lbs.
# 36 is 320 Lbs.

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I have lifted objects that weigh greater than fifty pounds. I am sure it can hold a greater weight. However, I cannot give you a specific weight rating. It does hold alot.
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