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Berkley Trilene Big Game Line - 1/4-lb. Spools

   

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Whether it's a bottom fish that wants to stay deep or a flats tarpon that's headed for the moon, Berkley® Trilene® Big Game® is the monofilament line that takes on all comers. Trilene Big Game has the strength and toughness to stand up to the challenge. High-impact performance handles the shock and fatigue encountered when fighting big fish. Extra tough, abrasion-resistant formulation stands up to the cuts and scrapes of full-contact fishing.

Berkley® Trilene® Big Game® Line - 1/4-lb. Spools 4.5 5 145 145
BRAID IS BETER THE 30 TEST HAS WAT TO MUCH MEMORY FOR SPINING REELS GET POWERPRO BRAID September 23, 2012
Dependable Line I used 20 lb for night time catfishing. I was able to muscle in an 11 lb and a 16 lb cat with very little effort. I never had to retie my palomar knot, even after 12 hours of strait fishing, so don't listen to people complaining about knots not holding up. The only drawback i saw was how far it casts. But that could also just be me. August 28, 2012
Big Game Line I purchased the 40# test line to use as leader material for toothy fish in fresh & salt water. Very Very strong line, knots aren't the easiest to tie with this # test line as it tends to be fairly stiff. August 12, 2012
Good line! I bought the 20lbs test for cat fishing. Good dependable line. The only draw back is that it does not hold knotts well, so I doubled all of my knotts and it held. August 9, 2012
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and can i use it for a leader as well
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yes works well for most freshwater species
 
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Will 15 or 20 pound test work for bass fishing (soft plastics,frogs)
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15 is a little much (I think) but you could make it work
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I would go for the 15# as this line is very under rated.
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I use the 20 lbs test for catfish. For Bass I usually use 10 lbs test.

You can use 15-20 lbs test. but with soft plastics a lighter line, in my view, puts out a better presentation.

Is your reel rated for the heavier 15 to 20 lbs test line?
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If it's matted or lots of weeds, go to braided. No weeds, 15 is fine..
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what collor for surf fishing in saltwater
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Green
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red line with a 3' clear leader
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clear or green, red works
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It depends if you fish the breakers or past the breakers? If you fish the breakers then use clear or green. If you fish past the breakers then I would use green.
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I like using green.l
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green is a better choice b/c it blends in better w/ the water. know if ur surf fishing in nice clear saltwater than go w/ the clear.
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clear
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8lb-20lb test.
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Really deends on the angler. When I pan fish (crappie) I like to use really light line and sensitive rods like an ulta lite. In salt wtr I tend to use 15 -20 on the flats and surf with a 30 or 40lb shock leader. If ur intent is to just get the fish landed heavier test would better suit you.
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12-17 bass, 20-40 catfish, 2-6 bluegill and crappie....idk about the rest
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crappie and bluegill:8
bass,cats,reds,flounder:20-40
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12lb line would be the best all-around line, but i would have 8-10 for bluegill and crappie. 12-15 for bass, reds & flownder and maybe 20lb if the reds are larger in size and in back waters.
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15-20 lbs
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I fish freshwater and saltwater as well and I use 12lb test and 15lb for the same species of fish.
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10 lb should do it
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Depends if you go to fish for 4 lb bass, 14 lb cats or 4 ounce crappies - I go always on the heavy side of line weight recommended on the rod I use; for example, if rod is rated for 8 - 17 lb line I go with 12 or 14 lb.
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What line works best under black light?
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Stren's Big Game in solar green color.
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clear?
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Clear glows pink,purple under black light and green turns black.
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fluorescent
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fireline chrystal
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Dark colored line will work the best.
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Im picking some up because of the inexpensiveness of the line. I plan on getting 30lb and 40lb.
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YES IF YOU GET THE RIGHT POUND TEST THIS LINE WILL TAKE ON ANYTHING.
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Great for saltwater. I have a three year old spool I use and all my buddies were laughing at me after they spent lots of money on re-spooling their reels every six months. after reeling in several sharks and reds on Dixie bar with this line, they were all going to the store to buy some
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It's a great product and I use it for much of my salt wtr applications, especially grouper, reds and trout. Works really well. No complaints thus far.
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yes good for leader, strong
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YES I think its the BEST bang for the buck.
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great line anywhere.great abbrasive resistance.
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ITS GREAT. I USE 40LBS JUST TO MAKE LEADERS ONLY. ITS WORTH IT.
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Yes it is.
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10-15 lbs.
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Depends if you fish cover or open water. 10lbs will be the lightest and 15lbs the heaviest. Depends on lures and cover you fish
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I use 17lb Suffix on MH 7'0 rod with 20 lb leader, 12 lb on 7"0 or 6'6 rod for for Specks, also with 20 lb leader. I used this brand for leader material for about 6 month now and like it. Might put it on my Red Fish rod for bottom fishing. No frills, good line.
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I would go in the area of 8 lb.
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40 lb. but i got 60 just in case ;)
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Depends. What's the line weight & capacity of your reel ? What rod are you using ?
Reason I ask, Set up your rod and reel as a unit. 8LB line on 8LB reel, on 8-12LB rod. Look at your setup, they should match in capability. Then pick a good quality line, spool up and go.
As to your question, as a general rule, Reds in salt water ( inland waters ), I used to use 20 pound test on a heavy rod off the boat. Trout in inland fresh water lakes, 6-8 pound test is fine off a spinning reel, with 14 pound test off a baitcaster.
Just make sure your tools are a matched set, the rest will fall in place thru carefull planning. Gene
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i use this line on all my reels but i use the xt in red i would like to see this in red on 1/4 lb. spools. ilove the quality of this line. the best ive ever used.
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I don't think so it is mono so mostly clear

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don't think so
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No it doesn't and probably wont.
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no but it does come in solar green and electric blue which are really hard to find.
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dont think so
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IM NOT SURE HOW ELECTRIC GREEN LOOKS LIKE, BUT IT DOES COME IN GREEN WHICH I USED IN THE PAST.
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no but u can call company and ask for that color.
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Unless i am dumb Superb is wrong Berkely discontinued that color after having more success with moss green
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I know that this line does come in electric green because I have seen it before, but I do not think that Bass Pro Shops has it.
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It only comes in clear or low-vis green as far as I know. I use the low-vis green and I love it.
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I BELIEVE IT IS MONO. SO FAR I HAVE USED THE GREEN COLOR & BRIGHT BLUE COLOR.
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It is mono.
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mono.
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Monofilament
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Monofilament
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monofiliament even though its not flourocarbon it catches fish
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This is definately a monofilament line, but it is so hard to see in the water that it acts like flurocarbon
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Looks like it says on the spool and the box Monofilament
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It's mono.
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mono because braid has a lot stretch to it
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This is a basic nylon mono line not fluorocarbon.
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