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Stren® Original Monofilament Fishing Line - 250 - 330 Yards

   

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  • Superior knot, shock and tensile strength
  • Exceptional abrasion resistance
  • Limpness
  • Controlled stretch
There’s nothing like the original! An IGFA world record 573-lb. blue marlin was no match for one of fishing’s most popular monofilament lines. The ideal balance of Stren Original Monofilament's properties includes superior knot, shock and tensile strength plus exceptional abrasion resistance, limpness and controlled stretch. 330 yards.

Clear/Blue Fluorescent - Blue fluorescent above water and clear underwater.
Low-Vis Green - Blends right into algae-tinted water and areas with vegetation.
Low-Vis Clear - The obvious choice for ultra-clear waters.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product I have used stren original since I started serious bass fishng some 35 years ago and probably bought it from BASSPRO. In the last few years with all the new types of line coming on the market I tried those I thought to be better than stren but none lived up to the qualities of stren. so I will continue to use what I believe the superior fishing line on the market. September 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 39 years of use I have been using stren original mono since opening my sporting good store in 1974. I continue to use it today on all my freshwater and saltwater reels June 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by One of the best mono lines We are Central Coast bass and we did a best mono line segment and this is one of them. Strength and line diameter along with the limpness of the line are unmatched. May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Never Lets Me Down Line, like rods, reels, lures and everything else fishing-related, is often a matter of preference. My dad taught me how to tie my first knots with Stren 20 years ago. I'm still using the stuff today. I like the 10-lb. clear blue and have no complaints. It's affordable, it ties well, has low memory and holds up in lots of different situations. I haven't used braid or fluoro so I can't speak for them, but I see no need even trying either out since I'm already so satisfied with Stren mono. It's been around for so long because simply put, it works. May 23, 2013
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I use mono for topwater baits. What size is preferred for 31/2" 5/8oz field mouse.
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12 TO 18 LBS
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5/8 is a little heavy, but I don't like to go above 12 lb. Stren. I use 8 lb. on my finesse rods, and 12 lb. on my general purpose rods. You didn't mention what type rod, but I use 6 1/2' Ugly Stik spinning rods.
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For largemouth I like 8 lb. for finesse work, and 12 lb. for general use. I have it on all my spinning rods, and have never had a problem.
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I use 12 lb because most turnaments i go to require this diameter line
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