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Angler-proven for unmatched quality, fishability, and durability, our World Wide Sportsman® Camo Line surpasses every other comparably-priced line in abrasion resistance, tensile strength, stretch resistance, and knot strength. Plus, its a one-of-a-kind blend of varying shades and hues produces a camo color that makes this line as good as gone when it hits the water, resulting in more bone-jarring strikes and fewer fleeing fish.
Unmatched quality, durability and fishability
Abrasion resistant, stretch resistant
Blended shades and hues for a camo color that is virtually invisibile under water
World Wide Sportsman® Camo Fishing Line - 1/4-lb. Spool
I have been using this line in 17lb for the past year now and have been very well pleased with it. I loaded up two rods for fishings buddies and they too are pleased with the product. I have had no problems with it breaking or showing signs of abrasion.
August 20, 2006
Strong line that virtually disappears in the water and is easy to see above the water.
April 24, 2012
Have used this line for years, it is a great line for the bucks, holds up well, haven't had any problems with it!
February 10, 2012
It has its place.
I use this on my ultralights for perch and so forth. Very inexpensive in this situation where you seem to go thru a lot of line. I wouldn't use this in a tournament, but it's good line when you got the kids out and are trying to get anything that will bite.
July 19, 2011
I use this line mostly on spinning reels and it works great! Just be mindful as to how you spool it on. I try to keep the line coiling off the spool in the same direction as it goes on the reel. This keeps down the tangles or "bird-nests." You can also just spool it on then attach a swivel and a casting plug. Cast it and reel it in and that should keep the kinks and tangles out.
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