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Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 300 Yards

   

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Green

300 Yards

6

Diameter:
.061 mm

Model:
XP6300GN
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 1837030

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Green

300 Yards

8

Diameter:
.076 mm

Model:
XP8300GN
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 1837032

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Green

300 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.15 mm

Model:
XP15300GN
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 958971

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Green

300 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
XP20300GN
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 958985

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Green

300 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
XP30300GN
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 958987

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Green

300 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
XP50300GN
  • $31.99

  • SKU: 958999

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Green

300 Yards

65

Diameter:
0.4 mm

Model:
XP65300GN
  • $31.99

  • SKU: 959017

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Green

300 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.45 mm

Model:
XP80300GN
  • $43.99

  • SKU: 959020

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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.

  • Rounder profile than competitive lines
  • Lays evenly on the spool
  • Naturally waterproof
  • Near-zero stretch
  • Totally U.V. resistant
  • Boasts higher abrasion resistance
Western Filament Tuf Line XP - 300 Yards 4.6 5 23 23
Excellent Braid! "This line is without reservation, the best braid I have tried thus far. It has fantastic abrasion resistance, behaves completely on a spinning reel and has gangbuster strength. The 20# Green I use is excellent for river migrating Stripers in the 28" plus range and stands up to the incredible fighting strength of this fish. It is very resistant to abrasion from rocky bottoms and has not "fuzzed" thus far after repeated use. The weave is very tight and it does not unravel. It's easy to tie and holds a knot exceptionally well. Use a Palomar and don't worry about knot strength. The color stands up very well with no real rub off. Very controllable on the spinning reel. Good sound. This is a QUALITY line that deserves to be near the front of the pack. I think I've found THE braided line I will now use." May 22, 2009
Love this stuff! I have used the braids of Suffix, Power pro, stren, spider stealth, Fireline, and excel, this is the tops for me. I actually got a spool for free and tried it out. It is VERY limp and soft right out of the package, with no break in period. It holds its color better than most. My main issue with power pro is its large diameter, they say it is 12 lb diameter but you can only get 80 yards on your baitcaster, this is a very small diameter line. There 40 lb line is the same diameter as the others 20 lb @ .009. Great all around line. June 20, 2008
It Works Just returned from Cuba and used W/F braid for first time. Trolled over reefs and thru mangroves. Landed several toothy creatures and W/F never let me down. Even wound up spending hours casting with same set-up and again, no problems. Next trip all my reels will be loaded with W/F. Best product, and best price. June 3, 2010
Falcon Lake Tested I bought this in 50 pound test for my spinnerbait reel. Let me tell you that I pull bass out of the brush with ease. This line is so tuff that when a bass gets stuck to brush or anything under water. I wrap some line around the boat cleet and put my trolling motor on 5 speed and yank roots and fish all at once. great line. October 23, 2009
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spectra non coated
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says they use use tension-lock technology and it's advanced multifilament braid, if that helps.
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gets wet and sinks but no stretch. I think sinking is a bit of a problem unless your top water is moving all the time
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I'm looking for a combo with the right line that can hold big fish. I'm planning on getting 65 lb. braid with this line and putting it on my billdance river catfish baitcast combo if I get it. If it would work good with it I would like to know if it needs backing.
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I use the 65 pound test without backing, I tie the line on the spool and place a 1" pice of tape on the spool to hold it in place. I troll big lures in rocky waters and when they jam between the rocks and the drag is screaming the line has never budged on the spool for me.
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Just bought some 20# pound tuf line? I'v heard mixed reviews! I float in the french broad river for smallies with 8 pound fluoro. line. The last time I was out I cought 30 or so but lost two 5+ pounders, they got me over and under some rocks it was a heart breaker! Im fishing with a Pflueger Trion GX-7 Spinning Reel - 4735GX. I'm tired of losing hogs and 8 dollar lures! Any advice would be much appreciated!!!
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wonderfully, line is not coated so it is very limp. It spools very nicely. I use it on spinning gear with plastics and a floro leader
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It works great for me. I use a 5ft (12lb) fluorocarbon tippet when fishing for smallies.
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This line will perform well. Just don't set the hook with your finger on the line.
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About 20 pounds or so. This stuff is fantastic. I dont worry about losing lures anymore
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20 lbs, this braid is thicker than most
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It is brilliant because i find it much easier to work with than mono. Birdnests are inevitable while learning a baitcaster and I have had little problem sorting out a mess on the rare occasion it happens. I tends to stay on the spool better when there is an over rotation. I find mono likes to jump off and add to the mess. plus this stuff is indestructible. You will not lose lures.
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it should work just fine. what you fishing for and where you are fishing will determine what lbs test to use
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this would work quite wells very forgiving with a beginner with some bait caster skill
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