Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 150 Yards
I have the 50 pound tuf-line (not tuf-line xp) on my muskie rod and it works great. On the rare occasion that it does backlash, it is never a bd backlash. it casts great and is strong. I was fishing with a friend once and hooked a log, so he ties the line around a stick and pulls it, and the lure had broken right through the log, unbent a treble hook, and the line cut deep into the stick, but it didn't break.
August 12, 2010
not so tuff
bought this line, thinking i wouldnt have to worry about line strength. I WAS WONG. the 20 lb test that i put on my spinning reel broke off easy while setting the hook on a bass. i thought maybe i tied a bad knot or something, but it happend several times. the 30 lb test on my casting reel did the same thing. i would never recommend this line to anyone. i am going back to my old braid
April 8, 2008
I hated PowerPro and the waxy residue it left behind so I decided to try the Tuf Line. I was impressed with the way it handled on the reel and of course with the performance. I've had no issues with the line whatsoever though I've only used the 20 lb line on my spinning reels. I've had some friends with issues in the 30lb and up range so no 5 stars...
April 13, 2009
i'll never use superlines again
bought the #30 for my baitcasters and simply put, i experienced the exact opposite of every feature and benefit promised. backlashes every other cast, has better spool memory than aluminum foil. if i could give less than one star, i would. i'd rather use sewing thread.
November 3, 2010