SpiderWire Super Mono EZ Monofilament Fishing Line
This is the absolute worst monofilament I have ever used. I made sure to match the size of the line to the rod and the bait used, but each time I used it, tangles would abound. I never overloaded the reel (a spinning reel, for what it's worth), and literally every time I went out while using this line, I'd have to either pick apart a knot or cut it and splice it. Don't waste your money, get something good.
October 19, 2014
EZ to like
My comments are only for the 17#. I have found this to be very good for cranking. It is strong, including knot strength, has low stretch even for a co-polymer, and low memory with one exception. In colder air temps (below 45 deg.), I find that it will curl on a baitcaster. The colder water temp below 50 deg. does not seem to increase memory as long as the air is warmer.
I had left my rod & reel in the garage when temps got in the teens overnight, and the next day the line curled badly until the temp got back in the mid 50s. Then, as the air temp began to rise, the line went limp again just from the weight of lures I was casting.
March 29, 2014
Bad memory problems with this line. I have used XXX and it's fine.
September 7, 2013
Great Coplymer Line
Read the box label and surprize this ine is a Copolymer. And, it fishes like one. Low memory, and sensative. I used this stuff on all of my reels last year, spinning and casting, it becamce my favorite line in both. Last year I used lovis green, whci I can't seem to find this year. This year, I have spooled up with clear/blue. Love this line.
March 19, 2013