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Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 150 Yards

   

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Length
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Green

150 Yards

6

Diameter:
.061 mm

Model:
XP6150GN
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1837029

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Green

150 Yards

8

Diameter:
.076 mm

Model:
XP8150GN
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 1837031

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Green

150 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.15 mm

Model:
XP15150GN
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 958935

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Green

150 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
XP20150GN
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 958984

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Green

150 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
XP30150GN
  • $13.99

  • SKU: 958986

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Green

150 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
XP50150GN
  • $17.49

  • SKU: 958988

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Green

150 Yards

65

Diameter:
0.4 mm

Model:
XP65150GN
  • $17.49

  • SKU: 959015

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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.

  • Naturally waterproof
  • Near-zero stretch
  • Totally U.V. resistant
  • Boasts higher abrasion resistance
Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 150 Yards 3.9 5 17 17
muskie line 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
Best Purchase This line in addition to being very resistant, it has a small diameter by the amount of weight that resists. Today I changed the lines of all my reels to use TUF LINE only. Soon be going to the Amazon and we test these huge peacock bass in there. July 13, 2010
Limp, limp! 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
tufline I use tufline on a charter boat in AK and recently started using it for bass in south TX, Great stuf, this tuf!!! March 28, 2010
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spool digging?

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I was going to use this on my baitcaster but before I buy I was wondering will this line will dig into itself&on the spool like some other braids?
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Yes, you should add backing to the braided line to stop the spool digging. Try a monofilament line before the braid line. Thanks!
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If you spool 10-15 yards of mono backing, you should not have a problem with the line digging into itself with normal use or with a fish. If you get hung up and pull really hard, all braid will dig into itself.
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all braid does a little bit.
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