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Silver Thread AN40 Fishing Line

   

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Silver

300 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.22 mm

Model:
ZAN6S00300
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231170

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Silver

300 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.256 mm

Model:
ZAN8S00300
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231171

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Silver

300 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.287 mm

Model:
ZAN10S00300
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231172

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Silver

275 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.328 mm

Model:
ZAN12S00275
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231173

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Silver

275 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.349 mm

Model:
ZAN14S00275
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231174

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Silver

275 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.377 mm

Model:
ZAN17S00275
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1231175

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The legendary performance of Silver Thread®'s AN40™ fishing line is the result of unique copolymer technology that provides a strong, supple line with a small diameter that casts for distance, trolls for extra depth, and works on all types of reels. It possesses both high tensile strength and impressive versatility. 275 yards.

Silver Thread AN40 Fishing Line 4.6 5 36 36
Highly Impressed! Been a user of Stren Original Mono almost forever but have been testing out new lines looking for more strength and casting distance. Tried several other types of Fluoro, Co-Poly and Braided. Saw Silver Thread AN40 at my local BPS but didn't pull the trigger on it, I did some research and checked out BPS reviews and other reviews/comments from around the internet and almost everything was positive feedback. I picked up a spool of 8 and 10 pound test. In comparison to Stren Original, the 8 pound seems like the 6 pound Stren, the 10 pound the same as 8 pound Stren. I found the strength of the line and knots (Trilene Knot) to be superior to Stren Original, I was able to pull several snags free while Texas Rigged without popping the line. Spooling was easy (follow their directions) and I have had no line weirdness, unraveling, twists etc. Casting distance is excellent and better than Stren Original. I didn't use any line conditioner for either reel and don't recommend it at this point either (that's another story). This Co-Poly is now my go to line for 8 and 10 pound rigs for use in clearer water. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! October 22, 2014
super thin, great strength, low memory Best copoly I've ever used. For such a thin line it has tremendous strength. I trout fish in a very rocky fast river, this line has never let me down. Great knot strength also.Price is right also. If you like copoly's give this a try. January 15, 2014
A bit stiff! I like this line for trout fishing, it hold a knot well, cast great, sensitive, but I find it's a bit stiff! But other than that it's a great line! August 9, 2013
...how to be smooth and cast like a beast ...like...i recived two spools of 8# in silver color...and one 30#....this being the 1st time i have used the pradco linage... ...and i can say...this line casts mega~far and has brutal strength i will have this line on my riggs from now on...great preformance smooth line.. strong line...zero bumming from me...glad to have been given the AN40...sa~weeet....!!!! May 13, 2013
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silver color for trout

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I'm looking for new 4lb line for my ultralight setup for trout fishing and wondering about the silver color. Is silver a good color for line-shy trout?
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Silver thread is all I use for any type of freshwater fishing. Love it.
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Yes it will do the job. If you look at other 4lb test lines you'll see that Silver thread is smaller in diamiter than all other lines. I use it and I fish primarily for nataive trout and have no problems with it.
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I know that Bass Pro Shops use to sell Silver Thread AN40 in a Moss Green color. I don't know if Silver Thread still makes that color or not. I have used the Moss Green 6lb test for finesse fishing for bass in Japan back in the late 80's and early 90's. Maybe you could find that Moss Green color on the Silver Thread web site or... ask Bass Pro Shops if they can get it for you.
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I love it. It is the only color I use. I catch large amounts of trout on my silver and it is easier for me to see while fishing. I use it in small mountain streams to catch native trout and in all the streams around home. It's also the only line I use in the river for Bass, Walleye, catfish, etc.
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Its called silver thread but its a basic clear mono. Not considering weather conditions and water quality, my experience tells me if you, yourself, do not spook trout on your approach, the 4 - 6lb silver thread will perform as well as any other line, including flouro's.However, 4lb may be a bit light unless you have streams without obstructions they can dive under. My friends and I have lost many 12" plus brook trout in Upper Michigan, even with 6lb test, in small streams when they were allowed to "run" and break you off on something.
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You cant beat Stren Magnathin for light tackle
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