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Moss Green

110 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.18 mm

Model:
SEZB10G-110
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Moss Green

110 Yards

15

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0.2 mm

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SEZB15G-110
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Moss Green

110 Yards

20

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SEZB20-110
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Moss Green

110 Yards

30

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SEZB30-110
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Moss Green

110 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.38 mm

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SEZB50-110
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Moss Green

300 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.18 mm

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SEZB10G-300
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300 Yards

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300 Yards

20

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0.23 mm

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Moss Green

300 Yards

30

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0.3 mm

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Moss Green

300 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.38 mm

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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

Spiderwire EZ Braid Line 3.1 5 38 38
Avoid At first this was great line, I bought the 15 and 20 pound test. After a few uses the dye came off very easily and the line snapped while casting. If you want to re-spool after every 3rd trip or so then this stuff is for you. I now only use Power Pro Original and have had no issues with line breakage or lures snapping off while casting. The PP has faded a bit, but not like the Spiderwire where the color comes off on your hands, rod, reel etc. This is cheaper line than PP and it shows. Buyer Beware! October 31, 2014
DISAPPOINTING 10LB Test. Casts horribly, Line flattens out fast & Most importantly it broke on multiple fish under 1LB ! Bought some power pro and never looked back !!!!! October 23, 2014
awsome line I put the 20 pound on a spinning reel and a bnm black widow stick rod and cought a tree trunk and was reel close to breaking the rod. September 4, 2014
Smooth and priced right I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this line. It holds up well on a spinning reel with all the twisting the line goes through. I mainly fish jigs, so I'm constantly casting and reeling. I have noticed some fraying in the last 10-15 feet of line and this is after fishing 2 months at 2-3 times a week but I have all the confidence in the strength in the line. March 24, 2014
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can i use the 15 or 20 for light tackle flounder. which would be better?
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I think either would be fine. I've be using #10 with a Shimano Slade 2000 from shore for Halibuts and Croakers
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either works awsome
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Either would be fine. I use 20 lb on my light tackle for saltwater reds and speckle trout.
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I have used spiderwire many times and i have never had good success. I use power pro and have had nothing but great results. If you read the reviews you will see that many use Power Pro for salt water and spinning gear. I fish fresh water and use it on spinning and love it.

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I want to use it on a 7 foot medium -heavy rod and a Garcia Ambassador
4600C. I may also use it for redfish and speckled trout in salt water. I
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EZ braid. Or should I use the 20 pound EZ braid?
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I'm guessing you may be looking for good-sized fish if you're using a medium/heavy rod with the Ambassador. My experience with the EZbraid is that it is an incredibly weak braided line and likely won't handle the sort of fish you may be targeting. This line frays very easily and I even lost some light lures when casting out. I can't see this line holding against a muskie or even larger bass.
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i use 20 and it works a-ok
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I have been using braided line for 4 years. I use 20 lb for redfish & speckled trout in FL. I have 61/2 & 7 ft poles with Shimano 2500 & 3500 reels.

I do suggest that you use Stren Sonic Braid as it knots & tangles less then teh Spiderwire.
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I use 20# on a 7' medium action rod for bass and it works great. It is more than adequate. I can not give any advice concerning Redfish
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I'd probably go with the 20 pound. It casts much easier, and has ample strength to handle even big bull reds (if the drag is set correctly) and any speckled trout you may encounter.
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I use 30 lb test even on my spinning 5 ft crappie pole, simply because i also use that pole for catfishing as well, along with my 7ft pole. Any pound test will cast pretty much the same, you will enjoy any of them.
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braid on a baitcaster is not a good idea. Ive tried all of them as well. Spider wire is a great line but not on a baitcaster. If you want some good line to go on a baitcaster, i recommend p-line fluorocarbon. It is surprisingly incredibly strong for mono, and it casts very well. This is coming from someone who loves braid, its just not for a baitcaster
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It all depends, if you are fishing weeds and structure I like to use 50lb test, but if Im fishing docks and open water I use 15lb test
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If You Are Going To Pitch And Flip Near Heavy Cover Then I Would Go Even Heaveir. I Use 50 Or 60 Pound For That. If You Are Casting Only Then Go With 20 Pound But Put A Mono Or Floro Leader On It. If You Are Fishing For Trout I Wouldnt Even Use Braid.
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I bought a new 7ft Ugly stick rod and a Rhino spincast reel, placed the 50lb spider EZ Braid line and it seems like the line will not feed out more than about 20ft. Is anyone else having this problem, or does anyone have any suggestions?
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It just can't cast very well. I also have it on an ugly stick and my farthest cast has probably been 10 yards.
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Spincast reels are kind of finicky with heaver lines. You may should try a lighter version of the EZ Braid.
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I found that same problem with the 30 lb braid but if you just cast it hard in your backyard with a weight clipped on the a swivel it will eventually loosen up and cast well, then you will have the most amazing line.
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You Need To Go Lighter With A Spincasting Reel. 12 Pound Braid Is All Your Going To Be Able To Fish!
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Yes. I have been using braided line on a spinning reel for 4 years. I do sugesst that you use Stren Sonic braid as it tangles & knots less then the Spiderwire.
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I have tried spidewire on many occasions falling for their advertising and have not had good results. I have always gotten bad wind knots with spiderwire on spinning gear. I use Power Pro and very seldom if ever have this problem. I do not and will not use spiderwire ever again
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I use it on all my spinning reels and have had nothing but great results. Cast's like a dream.
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Yes, i use this line on my 5ft crappie pole as well as my catfishing pole, both are spinning reels.
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yes, you can only use this stuff on spinning reels. Do not try to use it on a baitcaster, it will not work. Its not designed for that
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Yes, you can use this on spinning reels quite effectively.
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Not quite. It's still a braided line, but it's a much finer braid than the original, and is smooth to the touch, so it shoots through the eyes on your rod with less friction while casting. Just as strong though.
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It is basically the same thing, yes.
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No this braid feels and performs completely deferent the old stuff.
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Their not the same type of lines. Stealth is a true braid and EZ braid is more of a flat line than a braid. Each have their own advantages. EZ braid, casts really well in the smaller pound test on a spinning reel. I like Stealth on my bait casters and conventional reels.
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I haven't used the Stealth line, so I can't really compare. However, I did buy the EZbraid and it was easily the worst braided line I've come across. It may only cost $10, but you will end up paying much more in lost hooks and lures. It frays incredibly easily. I lost some light topwater lures due to the line snapping when casting out.
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no it is not
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It is not replacing the stealth line, but i've found it's just as good, the line may fray a little but it lasts just as long and loses none of its strength
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No. Spiderwire Stealth is available and can be found by searching for 38-421-437-06 Both lines are excellent.
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