Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 150 Yards
I highly recommend Tuf Line, this stuff is awesome. The line is very sensitive and easy to cast even in the wind, also it ties with monofilament very well using a blood knot without slipping. This item is a 100% better then spider wire. I intend to put this line on all my reels.
March 3, 2008
Bought one spool of Tufline 30# to try it out, and put it on two casting reels last week on a week-long fishing trip. Pulled it off both reels as soon as I got home and put on Fireline Camo Braid in the same test. After only a couple of hours use, it becomes very limp and the green dye starts washing out. By the end of the day, the line that had contacted the water was basically white, and had become very limp, causing numerous backlashes as well as tangling around the rod tip excessively. Wont' buy another spool.
April 14, 2010
After 19 years of guiding, Tuf-line is the exclusive braided line used by Wayne Olsen's World of Fishing guide service. We use 50 lb to 8 lb test line for striper, bass and crappie fishing. It is strong enough for throwing Alabama rigs, sensitive enough for the most subtle bass bites and will not spook fish when float fishing for crappie. Smaller diameter than other braids and terrific knot strength when using fluorocarbon leaders.
February 28, 2013
I really, really hope that what I got was an anomoly. I had to throw away half the spool as it was dug in and bound to itself. Couldn't even spool it on the reel. The half that I did get on wasn't tightly braided, and floated better than a Thill float. I had to use a 3/8 oz jig in current when by buddy, using a different braid, got away with 1/4oz, in the same exact current.
Wasn't impressed at all. I hate to say it.
November 8, 2010