Offshore Angler™ Tight Line™ - 1/4 lb. Spools
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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 3.6 out of 5 by 24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Knotbreaker All I Use
I use this line for cat fishing on Lake Tawakoni, in East Texas. This is all that we use. We have landed huge Blues without ever having one break off. The florescent
line is perfect for drift-fishing in low light conditions. These old eyes are not what they used to be. You won't be disappointed.
December 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fisherboy227 great strength bad memory
this products was overall great except that the thicker lines such as the 40# and up have bad memory im loving my 20# test though
December 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by gamaseas Good fishing line
This is a good general purpose fishing line. However I think the price can be a bit less. I found a similar line at Atlantic and Gulf for a lot less.
September 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by solocanoe a big surprise
I bought a Abu baitcaster off ebay. It came with some pretty nice casting yellow line. So nice, in fact, that I took a chance to email the seller about the line - if he had any details.
turns out it's his favorites for his CA bass fishing and has it on all his reels. I got the info, ordered my own spool, and immediately have it on 3 reels already.
Will be ordering different line weights and putting it on a lot more reels in the future, that's for sure. Makes sense that a saltwater line would be an easy outperformer in freshwater...but I just never thought about it before this.
I've been a "trilene guy" for most of 4 decades....but this is a really nice line and a super value.
this line knots well, has almost zero memory, really does lay on the spool nice, and seems pretty tough dragging it thru rock or around bridge pilings.
June 15, 2012
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