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Rebate Spiderwire® Stealth® Braid Line - 125 Yards

   

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Confidently cast where the fish are with Spiderwire Stealth Braid Line. Spiderwire Stealth gives you the sensitivity to feel the lightest bite, the control you need for a secure hookset and the strength to endure the toughest fish. Because of a unique Teflon® pressure-treating process and ultra-tight weave construction, Stealth maintains a reliable round cross-section, is super quiet and cruises through the guides without cutting. Stealth Braid will also hold its color better than the competition, and its round shape reduces backlashes and resists digging-in on reels. Color: Moss Green. 125 yards spool.

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great priced braid Just about every local store was out of my regular brand of braided line. I found the Spider Wire Stealth for a great price and decided to give it a shot. I had purchased a medium spinning rod and needed some line. I thought for the price, if the line turned out to be junk, I was only out a small amount of money. This is my only spinning rod and after about 3 months of heavy use, I am very impressed. Even with very expensive braided line, you will get some memory. Maybe just a tiny bit, but there will be some. I can honestly say I can pull off 30-40 feet of line and it just lays down. No twist, no coil and not a bit of memory that I can tell. When I initially spooled this line, I had forgotten to spool it correctly by lying the spool flat and spooling it in the same direction as the bait turns. I just ran it off the spool like my bait casters. Even with doing this, I still have no line twist or coil. I purchased the 15# for my spinning reel. It has the mono diameter of 4# test line. This line went on the reel like butter. Laid perfectly flat with no issues. I backed it with about 20 yards of cheap mono to prevent slipping. After about 2 weeks of fishing, most braided line begins to fade. While this does nothing to hinder its ability to catch fish, I wanted to point out that this Spider Wire Stealth, has not faded a bit. Even after 3 months of fishing it, it still retains the same color as when it was spooled. I have no idea what the breaking strength of this line is, but I did get hung up once and it took way more than 15 pounds of pull to get this to break. The line is somewhat ruff going through the guides and kinda noisy. Its not near as smooth as the higher priced lines. I really cant tell a difference in casting distance though. But for the price, this line is hard to beat. I still have enough to spool another reel, but after using this line for 3 months and no signs of wear, I'm sure I will have the remaining spool for a long time. While I will probably not replace all my braided line with the Spider Wire just yet, I can recommend this to anyone wanting to give it a try. Its about half the cost of other quality braided lines. If a person wanted to give braid a shot, this is the way to start out. I can tell you this, if this braid is your first test of braid or a Spider Wire product, it will definitely not be your last. September 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by spider wire I have used this product for a long time and it is the best that I have used. I use it for specs and have brought in six pound bass with no problem. What a great product. Thanks March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by spiderwire stealth product is very strong and stands up to abuse very well. Been using this for walleye jigging in the river and tried it for salmon fishing this last weekend with a fluorocarbon leader. October 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by So far so good I put this on my froggin rod and is working so far, casts fairly well and if you have your baitcaster set up correctly, backlashes are not a concern. September 26, 2013
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I was recently given a spool of spiderwire stealth braid rated at 50lbs test, yet says its the size of 12lbs test. Does this mean it will function with the lightness and handeling of 12 lbs test, because i like to fish with light to med/light action rods
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12lb test just mean it has the equivalent average diameter of a 12 lb mono. you can use this line on a mid/light action rod as long as it rated for 12 lb line. i would recommend getting a lower test pound. because the point of braided line taking advantage of the small diameter and no stretch. answering your second question it does not handle like a 12 lb mono.
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IT WILL CAST AND HANDLE LIKE 12LB. TEST BUT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO PULL SMALL TREE'S AND SUNKEN LOGS OUT OF THE MUD BEFORE THE LINE BREAKS IF IN A BOAT BE CAREFUL NOT TO SNAG BOTTOM OF THE LAKE BECAUSE AFTER YOU REEL THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE IN IT'S A LONG WALK BACK TO THE BOAT RAMP IT'S PROBABLY MORE THAN YOU REALLY NEED UNLESS YOUR GOING FOR REALLY BIG CATFISH
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Yes it will. I use 50 on my jig rod. It spools and casts like 12. However the 50 does tend to catch wind on the long casts. Its not as dense as mono or fluoro. I have switched to 30 pound for everything but my jig rod
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there are several cause of wind knot ( tangle line ); 1st cause you are reeling slack line, 2nd over filing the spool, and 3ed line is not lay properly. you can remove some of this issue by lifting your rod during retrieve, if you have slack line. when filling the spool make sure you reach about 3 mill just bellow the spool lip. 3nd because of a spinning reel uses a trip mechanism to close the bail arm. this action most of the time put a 2/3 twist in you line does not matter braid, mono, or floro. it will put that wist. this twist will and could cause a birdsnest. try to close the bail arm manually if you can. if you this you could lower the chance of getting a birdsnest.
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It could be due to a couple of things, check your eyelits on your rod to make sure that none of them are bent of have braid "build up (dirty)" on them. Also check how old it is, you can usually get 1-2 years out of a spool depending upon how much you fish. Thirdly check the edges of your spool to make sure there is no build up as it comes off the reel
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I use it on an open face reel with NO problems. BIGTIME problems on my baitcasting reel.
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Maybe your line is not on the spool tight enough.
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I've never had much success using any kind of braid on a spinning reel. You may want to consider trying a lighter lb. test braid, or if that doesnt help, switching to fluorocarbon or mono on your spinning gear.
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I just switched from Spiderwire to Stren Sonic Braid because of the knots and tangles. No problems with the Stren braid so far.
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6 lb of spiderwire equals to 6 lbs of mono but is just thinner. The spiderwire is equal to the diameter of 1 lb mono
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One pound monofilament
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6 pounds! A 6 pound braided line will knot and tangle often. Suggest that you use a minimum of 10 pound line.
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It is roughly equivalent to 1lb diameter mono.
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It is equal to 6 pound mono. The difference is that the briad is a thinner diameter more closer to 1/2 the diameter and it does not stretch like mono. Braid also doesn't have any memory so when you cast it lays flat no curls.
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I would say about 15
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unfortunately yes
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Yes, those are the only colors I have found.
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The Ultracast comes in clear, translucent, moss green, and hi-vis yellow.
Stealth comes in moss green, and hi-vis yellow.
As for the others, EZ Braid, and Fluorobraid its available in moss green.
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The stealth only comes in moss and camo. There is a Spiderwire Invisibraid that is a translucent white color as well.
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No, it comes in a yellow and new clear or low-vis or somethin like that.
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Stealth does not come in 12lb test. There is a 10lb test which is 2lb diameter and there is a 15lb test which is a 4lb diameter.
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I would guess 4lb(mono)
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What does 30/8 mean

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it is 30 lb test and 8 lb mono diameter
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30 is the pound the line is rated to hold up to, 8 is the diameter that the line is in monofilement, so 30 pound braid is equal to the same diameter as 8 pound mono
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30LB TEST, 8LB TEST DIAMETER
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It means that 30lb stealth is 30lb test strength and has a similar diameter to 8lb test monofilament.
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The diameter of the briaded line is the same as 8 lb monofilament line.
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Its 30lb test but is the diameter of 8lb test mono.
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30/8 refers to the line strength/Monofilament equivalent diameter of the braid.

This means that 30 pound test braid is the diameter of 8 pound test monofilament. You can use this as a guide so you know how much you need and approximately how much backing you need to fill your reel.
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I read somewhere that there are 2 types of braided lines ones that float and ones that sink, is this true ?
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It generally floats depending upon the lure you use.
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As far as I know with my experiences, braid is a floating line. It is great with top water lures or techniques that require weight to be added, like drop-shot, carolina rig, or flipping.
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Floater.
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Stealth is a floating braid.
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It Floats.
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I have not read this anywhere, although it may refer to lead-core line which can have a braid covering the lead. Braided line behaves pretty much like monofilament does, although I'm not sure if it reaches deeper depths like flourocarbon does.
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