Rebate Spiderwire® Stealth® Braided Fishing Line - 300 Yards

   

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Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
SS80Y-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.1 mm

Model:
SS06G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.18 mm

Model:
SS08G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
SS10G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.22 mm

Model:
SS15G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
SS20G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
SS30G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
SS40G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
SS50G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

65

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
SS65G-300

Moss Green

300 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
SS80G-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
SS10Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.22 mm

Model:
SS15Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
SS20Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
SS30Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
SS40Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
SS50Y-300

Hi-Vis Yellow

300 Yards

65

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
SS65Y-300

Spiderwire: Nothing gets away!
Spiderwire takes you where the fish are. It 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. Regardless of the species you're after or the cover you're fishing, Spiderwire will ensure that nothing gets away!

Maintains a reliable round cross-section, using a unique Teflon® pressure-treating process that permeates the entire braid. Ultra-thin with a tight-weave construction. 100% gel-spun polyethylene microfibers.

Rated 4 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality at an Affordable Price I've purchased Spiderwire Stealth before and I'm very comfortable with purchasing more and getting the same quality results at an affordable price. I still use line that I purchased over 10 years ago. With a little care, these lines are as good as the day I bought them. March 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by great line This is the first time that I have used Stealth braid. It casts very well and does not twist as mono or flouro does. It is also stronger for the diameter. I also like it's abrasion resistance. However, It did take a lot more line to fill my spool than it would have with mono and costs more. I want to see if it will wear my rod eyes quicker than mono as I have heard it might. So far I really like this line. March 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by hiding in cover I am writing this review on Spider wire Stealth fishing line. The Spiderwire Stealth is a braid, one that I have used on all my reels for the last four years. 10lb test line on the spinning reels and 20lb test on the baitcasters. I fish for Bass and only Bass, I fish in very heavy cover areas, timber, pads, brush piles, anything bass could hide in. Mostly in shallow water 18 to 24 inches deep. I like the Spiderwire, because it allows me to throw into these areas and feel confident that I will retrieve my lure, and whatever may be sitting in there waiting for a nice little lunch to stroll by. I also feel that there is less breaking in time needed for the Stealth over other braids that I have tried. I have and will continue to recommend SpiderWire Stealth to my friends and other bass fisherman. August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect fishing line This line has served me better than any other I have used for the past five years. I change my reel line every three years, but I keep the old line for odds and ends usage around the house and garage. It's perfect for repairing wind chimes, craft work, etc., etc., and really did not need to be replaced. Just a fishing habit. May 30, 2013
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There are red colors?
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Yes spider wire has red.... i believe it is called code red. Not sure if basspro carries it though.
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no they just come in red boxes.
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No, it only comes in "moss green", which is a very dark green, although this will eventually faded once used for a while.
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How does braid cast?

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in general, what casts further, braid or mono
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Definitely braid, you cast twice as far as mono at a fraction of the lbs test but with the strength of a much larger line
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Braid because you can get a higher lb test with a lower diameter on the reel
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Definately mono.
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Spider Wire XXX Mono will cast a lot further than Spider Wire Stealth Braid. Trust me I've bought both!
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it cast extremely well,
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I would say it is dependant upon the direction of the wind. I still use mono in the same strength, and have not really noticed any difference between the two.
2 years, 8 months ago
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I use the Spider Wire Braid for my catfish poles. In regards to distance, you also must take into effect the reel. When using the 20lb Spider Wire, 1/2oz bullet weight and a 8 bearing ST2200, I can cast with ease and silence. Smoothest cast I have ever had.
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Braid, almost always casts further. # for # its thinner and lighter and retains less memory than mono.
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mono
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In general, braid cast further than mono, and most of the times braid has twice the break strenth.
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I have found braid to cast further in the long run because it doesn't have any memory to slow it down through the guides. It also depends which brand you get.
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Will this work any better than Trilene XL when it comes to hairballs on small ultralight spinning reels. I was thinking of using the 6lb variety.

Does braided line require different knots or will the standard clinch or Palomar knot work?

Will nippers work on this line or will I need a knife/scissors/blow torch to cut it?
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I am not sure about the hairballs, but I have found that when I do encounter a knot or snarl, I have a better chance of getting out of it without a break than I would with Mono.. as for the knots to use, I use both the Palomar and the Modified Cinch knot.
For cutting, I always carry a knife in my pocket, but have fishing buddies that do quite well with the clippers/nippers.. no blow torch required, unless your using it to start fire for lunch..
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no I use the palomar knot with braid all the time and it is the best
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I use the knot they show you on the box.
Nail clippers work fine to cut line.
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yes love it
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I use a sharp knife, but you can use a letter opener.
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palomer knot is better than clinch knot will slip. I like to use small scissors to cut braid line clippers just won't cut it. On ultra light tackle I would stick with a good monofilament line.
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I use a cheap pair of scissors when cutting mine. Are a good sharp knife
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i usually tie a palomar with my spiderwire and never have any problems with it. as far as nippers there useless on braids. you need a sharp knife. ive seen these little battery powered line burners for braids but i have never used em
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I can't answer on the spinning reel because I've never tried it. A buddy uses 15 lb.with a Shimano, and loves it. I use a few different knots and the Palomar and clinch work just fine. With the clinch knot, wet the Knot when pulling tight.
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that I keep handy and it works great. Good luck. You will love the line.
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i tend to use a palomar knot nippers or scissors dont work good on this line unless they are very sharp a knife is your best bet
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no you need floural carbon.
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No, braid tends to float on the surface as the gaps betweens the braids accumulate air.
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regular braid floats. the new flouro braid by spider wire sinks. use a double palomar knot. it won't slip.
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No this line floats on the surface of the water, but you can add weights to make it sink.
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Yes it really is.
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i use this line and catch carp all the time, caught a 10lb carp using this braid on a spinner reel, got her in with no problems, i do suggest you double tie your knots though, the line tends to slip, and no it dosent sink
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slacked line tends to float.
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new spiderwire is slow to sink. use it for a couple months it sinks well
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most braids float as does this one
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This braid floats, I would try fluoro carbon, the best sinking line.
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If i use 50lb braided line, should i use a wire leader when fishing for muskies and pike?
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depends on how big the muskies or pike are but I use 45lb wire leader any way.
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I use 15 lb. line as a leader when fishing, the reason being when I do catch a fish I want to get bact to fishing instead of spending time trying to get the hook out of the fish.
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Most People that fish for muskie use a leader, but it isn't always neccessary. The purpose of a leader is so that the fishes teeth don't cut the line, but in most cases, the line isn't in contact with its teeth. For example, if ypu hook a muskie on a 9 in. suick, the chances are the line won' t even be near the muskies teeth. You shouldn't be to concerned about break offs, but if you are, I would recomend a flourocarbon leader. It is invisible, so the fish can't see it, and hard for the fish to cut through.
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Heck yes. I use 18" wire leaders for the toothy stuff.This line is tough but no match for those fish.They like to roll and then just cut the line .I attach the leader with a SanDiego Jam knot and have knot lost one due to a knot coming loose yet.
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steel leaders are always a good idea with muskie and pike, i dont think id chance having my line cut by toothy fish
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I would say so, the only way to cut this braid is with a knife but after 2 or 3 fish on those teeth it would wear the line out and snap right off.
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i also use 50lb and 65lb stealth and i use one...most people now are using 80 or 100lb fluorocarbon because of the properties of it...less visible and stronger , doesn't really change the action of lures by being lighter than steel leaders
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I´m writing to you from europe, Spain, I have seen line which as verythin and was told that its sort of nylon combine with steel wire, I don´t realy know how it is called in the states, could you tell which in order to know how to ask it. pikes here tearoff flourocarbon and if I put the steel protection at the end it scares them away,
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Not really it is a braid of spectra no metal is used
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This man from Spain is talking about Cortland Toothy Critter leader. Bass Pro doesn't sell it. It's a nylon coated steel leader that is still supple and can be tied to other line or lures with normal fishing knots. I use it with the swim baits for bass when I'm in Pike water. I tie it to my Spider Wire Stealth main line usually 20 or 30 lb. with a double Uni knot. I give myself about a 18 to 24 inch leader of the Toothy Critter usually 15 to 20 lb. It doesn't interfere with the action.
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it's braided lines rocks and teeth shear the line easily
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much less a mix of steel and nylon more so braided fibers similar to kevlar and carbon fiber. there are a variety of brands but Spiderwire is the big name here in the U.S.
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It is called braided line in the US. It is designed for the primary line from the reel NOT for leader material. I would suggest a heavy mono attached to the braid for your leader 60 to 120# test. Use a UNI knot to attach to the braid.
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Here it is called braided line, and no it does not have steel wire in it. It is like an extremely strong, very limp string. it is also very hard to cut with scissors, unless they are really sharp.
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What is the best line for bass fishing at night with very little light? I worm fish and seeing the line is very importance to me.
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Try the chartreuse or high vis yellow color line it might be easier to see at night.
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I think fireline crystal would work best because it is white, so it is invisible underwater, but would probably be visible above water.
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low light night fishing shouldnt present a problem at all. if it does use a braid or florocarbon line.
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the cajun lines are good, very bright line, mr. crappie makes some high vis light, also there are a few good braids with the high vis line like i think power pro makes one.
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I would say braided line because you can not see your line,and braided line is super sensitive for you to detect bites
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If you are a line watcher you need to buy a flourescent line like Stren's Clear Blue Flourescent. In the glow of a blacklight it will look like it is 1/4 inch rope and you can very easily watch your line. if you don't like Stren other manufacturers make flourescent line also. Some people prefer other makes of line. Just make sure it is flourescent. Good luck.
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Baitcast or spinning?

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Does this line work better on one or the other or can you you use it on both. I have been told not to use it on baitcast reels.
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Having spooled up 20# on both style of reels, i would have to say it works better on a spinning reel.
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I use it on my Abu Garcia 6600 baitcaster. I kayak fish in saltwater and I needed a line that would cut thru kelp. It does the job when hooked on big bass. Never backlashes , but does wind back on itself about a spool worth sometimes. Never a problem.
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I have it on both my bait cast and spinner reels and it works great. Spiderwire is some of the best brad on the market you cant go wrong with it.
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I use this strictly on baitcasters and love it.I use low profile as well as round and it works equally well on both.My wife started using it this year on her two baitcasters and says it handles better than suffix braid or mono
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bait casters are all i throw, line works great. it's doesn't birds nest like mono your spool will ust back spin, have not had a nest i couldnt get out
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braids and baitcasters dont mix. this is coming from experience
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It works just fine on both, the catch that you have probably heard is that the line will slip on the reel and just turn around the spool, it can be fixed by putting around 10 rap arounds of monofilament
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Braid is great on both baitcasting and spinning gear, BUT, be sure to put a little mono backing on the reel first. This will keep the braid from digging into the spool and itself. Just enough mono to cover the the spool is good
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I have it on a spinning reel and love it.
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I have used it on both with no huge problems.
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It works fine on either. Just be sure to adjust your magnetic brake to match(on the baitcaster)
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