Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5 out of 5 by mikemonta best line there is
I run the charter boat Montauk. Been using there big game Green for years, I fish for Bass to shark and nothing holds up like the green. what I like is when it starts losing the green its time to change it can't see it with the white. Very good with knots and very strong for the price it is agreat deal Mike Montauk
February 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SuperTodd Best Salmon line
I fish the Rogue River in OR for Chinook. I use Biggame 30lb main line and 25 lb biggame as leader. The river is full of shelf rock and boulders. I like the 1 lb spools of biggame because it is a necessity to keep good line on your reel to fight fish between 10 and 40 lbs in 3000 cfs water flows. Best line out there if you ask me for salmon fishing in a river.
June 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BASSFISH66 big game line
This is outstanding line to use for fishing,I've used big game for over 10 years now on both bait casting and spinning and found it to have no problems putting the line onto the reels and during the use while fishing, strong and it will take a good licking on stickup and general use.
April 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LiLItalt71 Best Line Ever!! By Far!
Here it is folks, believe it or not, it happened,
My brother and I went to the local river, Susquehanna, at Fort Hunter Recreational Park, we met up that morning in June to do some lunker small mouth fishing tho I am a avid cat/carp fisherman. We went out in a 12ft jon boat with a trolling motor, battery, and gear, and of course us, an easy 500lbs. We got to our favorite fishing spot and casted in, needing the trolling motor and anchor (tubular) to keep us from drifting down river. the battery died after the first half an hour. We were trying to figure a way to get to shore without loosing our gear, I had this idea, and put my plan in place. I had Berkley BigGame line on my rod and it never bird nested or snapped in the five years I had it on my rods. I casted up the river and snagged on one of the boulders, and pulled us slowly UP river and slowly got to my snag, where I handed my first rod to my brother and casted and snagged my other rod, to do the same. We eventually made it all the way back to the bank of the river. We both looked at each other and said WOW, I will never use another type of line EVER, currently still have that same line on my rod for the last 8 years and still has yet to snap, or birds nest, if you ask me it's the best BANG for your Buck!
March 17, 2013