Spiderwire® EZ Braid™ Line
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Spiderwire EZ Braid delivers technology and performance at a value never before seen in superlines. The smooth-casting Spiderwire EZ Braid is constructed of Dyneema Microfibers which makes this ultra-thin line three times stronger than steel. With diameters two to three times smaller than standard monofilament lines of the same pound test, Spiderwire EZ Braid lays well on spools, is super sensitive, has very little stretch and ties great knots. EZ Braid is the perfect line for every angler that want's their reel spooled with the strength required to win every fight.
|Pound Test Conversion |
|10 lb. test = 3 Equivalent Monofilament Diameter|
|15 lb. test = 4 Equivalent Monofilament Diameter|
|20 lb. test = 6 Equivalent Monofilament Diameter|
|30 lb. test = 8 Equivalent Monofilament Diameter|
|50 lb. test = 12 Equivalent Monofilament Diameter|
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 33
Rated 1 out of 5 by Turnips Better Options
EZ Braid is not as strong as advertized. Snaps and frays quicker than other braids. Appears to be more visible because of the outside coating/layer on the line. There are better options, even if you're a casual angler I'd avoid the purchase.
December 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pete Good line
I have used this line on different combos. I think it casts better than mono. The only downside is, on a spinning rig, the line tends to fray because of the way it gets whipped around the eyelets on that type of rod/reel combo.
October 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by KingWhiteCrappie Terrible Line
I bought the EZbraid because I have a friend who loves Spiderwire. I buy braided line for improved strength over mono. As some other reviewers mentioned, the EZbraid frays incredibly quickly. Moreover, there were several occasions when I lost lures due to the line snapping when casting out. This wasn't even with heavy lures; I lost a couple hula poppers and jitterbugs casting out with a new spool of 30 lbs. braided line. I ended up losing money on this line in the number of lures and hooks I lost.
September 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fljonfish good line
The line is good for the price but it still has some minor setbacks. It frays very easily which makes me a little nervous. I usually wind up cutting 25 feet of line off every other time I go just because of the damaged line. I would rather have this line than mono but if you can spend the extra ten bucks to upgrade it would be worth it.
August 19, 2013
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