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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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  • 100% nylon fibers
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Resistant to oil, gasoline and other strength-reducing chemicals  
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.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bank line I use this line for bushcraft and survival teaching. It is sturdy and easy to use, cost effective and durable. We use it to lash framework for survival shelters together, and it stands the test of time. I hear you can also use it for catfishing. October 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent quality This bank line is of excellent quality. It has found it's place in my bug out bag and will also be put to work fishing and trapping. I am very happy with this purchase. October 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very tough string I needed something dark and thin and strong. This combination is apparently hard to find. Anyway I went with this product and am more that pleased with its quality and price. It is an amazing 160lb strength. And it does not easily fray when cut. I am using it to support some netting above my chicken yard to prevent the Hawks from getting in. The strength is needed to prevent breaking when icicles form. 100% satisfied. BassPro shipped immediately and i had the product in hand in just a few days. February 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by What I wanted This appears to be what I wanted. I haven't used it yet but it looks like what I needed for general use. December 3, 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

Best to you all.
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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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