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Offshore Angler™ Tight Line™ - 1/2 lb. Spools

   

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Product Color Length Lb. Test Other specs Quantity Price & availability

Yellow

2197 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
659-512Y

Clear

1682 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
659-515C

Yellow

1682 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
659-515Y

Clear

1329 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.46 mm

Model:
659-520C

Yellow

1329 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.46 mm

Model:
659-520Y

Clear

1077 Yards

25

Diameter:
0.51 mm

Model:
659-525C

Yellow

1077 Yards

25

Diameter:
0.51 mm

Model:
659-525Y

Clear

890 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.56 mm

Model:
659-530C

Yellow

890 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.56 mm

Model:
659-530Y

Clear

748 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.61 mm

Model:
659-540C

Yellow

748 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.61 mm

Model:
659-540Y

Clear

549 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.71 mm

Model:
659-550C

Yellow

549 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.71 mm

Model:
659-550Y

Clear

421 Yards

60

Diameter:
0.79 mm

Model:
659-560C

Yellow

421 Yards

60

Diameter:
0.79 mm

Model:
659-560Y

Clear

332 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.89 mm

Model:
659-580C

Yellow

332 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.89 mm

Model:
659-580Y

Clear

269 Yards

100

Diameter:
1 mm

Model:
659-590C

Yellow

269 Yards

100

Diameter:
1 mm

Model:
659-590Y
There are times and there are places where using an IGFA line isn't all that important -- because getting the fish to the boat is the only thing that really matters. That's when you load your reel with Tight Line superior-grade monofilament. Ultra-low stretch, small diameter, and amazing abrasion resistance take this line's performance far beyond that of regular monofilaments. Try it, and we predict you'll soon find yourself casting into nastier holding places—because for the first time, you know you can get the fish out. Besides, let's face it: snook and grouper don't fight fair, so why should you? It's time to take off the kid gloves—spool up with Tight Line!
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't Beat It I have been using this line for over 8 years now and have been more than satisfied with it's quality and performance. I have to admit that intially I just tried it for the price however after one season I was sold on it. I have landed several Big Reds along with some good sized sharks on the 20lbs test off the beaches of the Outer Banks. The castability of this line should not come into question as I have read on some of the other reviews. I am consistently throwing 8 and a bait out of sight! April 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Get what you pay for Bought this in the 15 ib yellow based on all the good reviews. Turns out that it casts poorly, terribly stiff with significant tangling, and very good memory ( which you don't want). Had my son walk it down the street, gave it a good pull to stretch the memory out and reeled it in, getting rid of all the line twist. I did this 2 times. I thought it fixed all the problems. Went fishing the next day and same results. I've spooled many a spinning reel over the years and never had the problems that I have with this.. Not sure what I can do with the remaining 1200 yards or so. I do not recommend this. April 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by tight line I bought two 1/2# spoils of twenty five pound test. I spooled first reel and cut the line and the first thing it started to un wind off the spool. (Spinning reel). So I had my grandson walk down the road to take all the line off and tied it to the fence post so I could stretch the line. Cut it from the post and re-spoiled the line back on the reel and it did not help. this line is as stiff as any I have ever bought. I could not get it to not curl up. I ended up using Stren Insted of this line. I now have two spoils of kite line. I got what I paid for. Cheap price equals cheap product. Will not buy again. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tight line This yellow line is the best mono around for the price and it's so strong that you can usually pull in what ever you hang with it . Including 40 to 50 pound yellowcats and blues April 2, 2013
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line and had to remove it. Has anyone else had this problem?
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No. It could have been a bad batch or poor terminal tackle.
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get a big trolling reel and yellow 50 problem goes away
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Yes But NOT with this line exclusively. Check For a nick in a rod guide or the pick up or levelor on your reel. All it take is a tiny nick to fray line. Hope this helps. Fiahaholicnorcal
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I use the exact same line for fishing the ocean on the Outer Banks of NC and have not had an issue with any fraying. I have been using it for over 8 years now. I
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I used the 25# and could not get it to stay on the reel. It kept un-winding off the spool (spinning reel) even after pulling the line off the spool and trying to stretch it. At least you got to use yours.
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Works great for me, I use it on all my snaggin' rigs, whether it's a spinning rig or trolling rig
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braid is best on large spinning reels but on small ones, this can't be beat
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I use the 8 and 10 lbs test on my smaller spinning gear and have not encountered any problems.
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No, way too much memory and line twist.
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I use 80# test so--no-- too large a diameter to have adequate amount on spool.
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 - Lansdale, Pa(fishing central NJ inshore, offshore)
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Yes. However, you need to troll out the twist.
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Yes it does fine on spinning reels.
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