Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5 out of 5 by pigjig112 Maxima
Been using 6lb maxima for over 30 yrs, I have dabbled in other new products but always seem to come back to the best mono available. I fish Minnesota and Ontario for Walleye and the abrasion resistance for fighting big fish and snags is simply amazing. Its castability and sensitivity for jigging is also excellent.
June 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chuck260 excellent product
I have used several lines over the past 30 years and I have yet to find one that holds up as well as Maxima. I find the 8lb and 6lb both have the flexibility and the strength to outlast most of my fishing situations, cast-after-cast. The line does not become brittle after time, and recently I was snagged on a limb.The knot and line held firm, but the Owner hook bent upon release from the snag. I had P-line on another reel and it became brittle after 2 fishing trips. I LOVE Maxima line!
February 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by scobes great line
Maxima is always my top choice of line for any fishing conditions. I have used it for years when i lived in michigan and now i try to use it when i can in wyoming. I have used other brands because of my remote location where i live and have lost many fish because of it. I spooled up 2 poles and have been raking 4-10lb mackinaws in ever sense. I love this line and will order online and wait for the good stuff rather than buy inferior line again
July 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Orly Maxima Leader Diameter vs. Lb Test
Several years ago, a major fly fishing magazine tested leader lines by knot strength, lb breaking weight, diameter, etc. Maxima consistently tested stronger than rated on label because it measured a larger diameter than printed on label. Listed 6lb was actually 8lb, listed 8lb was actually 10lb, etc. In other words, they under-rate the line strength and diameter. Go one size down in Maxima to match other leader brands to equal aprox lb test.
Maxima is the leader material of choice with a fluorocarbon tippet for most steelhead and salmon anglers in the Great Lakes Region.
March 31, 2011