Western Filament Tuf Line® XP - 1200 Yards
Western Filament's Tuf Line XP is a small-diameter Spectra® braid designed to lay evenly on the spool. Tuf Line XP is produced under a high-tension process allowing for greater compaction of the fibers, making it stronger than other braids. Tuf Line XP's advanced finishing process also produces a line that boasts higher abrasion resistance and near-zero stretch with excellent knot performance. Color: Moss Green.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by saltwaterassasin tuf line xp this line was extremely strong and had absoluty no strech so if you got bite you knew it. my only complaint is that the line went on very unevenly and constricted me from taking advantage of my reels full line capacity August 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by barrelsmith questionable I just used the 20lb test fishing Lake Erie on some large walleye and freshwater drum. I don't know if I did something wrong, but I spooled this stuff as I've done other brands. The line deeper in the spool started flattening and sticking together after fighting several largish fish. After that, it wouldn't cast well. June 14, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by RABB Something's wrong Thought it was a good deal, so I purchased the 1200 yard spool of Western Filament Tuf Line XP 50lb test only to find that in several tests it broke at 25lbs to 30lbs. Very disappointed, especially since I purchased it from BASS, who I always thought sold quality items. This is the first time I was disappointed by a BASS purchase, so I'm thinking it is a quality problem with the particular spool that was shipped to me. I'm wondering if I should even fish with the reels that I have loaded with it already. I'd hate to loose a great catch because of substandard line. March 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hardhead Braid vs Mono I'm sold on Tuff-Line braid, so much so I use it on all my reels. I fish offshore, inshore, lakes and rivers. I recently caught a 31 inch brown trout on the White River, using Tuff-Line 30# braid, with 20# Fluorocarbon leader. The fish swam around rocks and logs, but could not break the line. I used this same fishing rig to catch speckled trout and redfish on a recent fishing trip. April 7, 2010
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