Ande Tournament Monofilament 1/2-Lb. Spool

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Ande Tournament monofilament holds hundreds of records including both freshwater and saltwater line class records. This premium monofilament has the low memory and limpness needed to make long casts while boasting high knot strength for battles with the hardest charging fish. Comes in 1/2-pound spools.
Color: Tournament Green. Top 25 Category Product
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I haven't used every line made in the world but I've used a few in the past 50 yrs since I've been addicted to fishing. In the 70's I had a charter skiff in southwest Florida and occasionaly I would take a break and do the headboat thing going offshore for snapper and grouper. I had the good fortune to be around for a charter trip to the Dry Tortugas a group of small island abt 70 miles due west of Key West. The fishing there has always been legendary, I know I came home with some serious upper body soreness and it took two weeks after to get that place out of my mind afterwards. There is a lot of coral, fishing in 100 to 150 ft of water, one of the guests was hooked up on the bottom. Normal proceedure is to lean over the rail taking up as m uch slack as possible take a couple of wraps around the hand and pull upwards either pulling free or breaking the line, neither happened in the case. I tried this several times to no avail, I askd what lb test he had on his reel, he said 40 lb Ande Tournament Test. It was as if I was dealing with a super bungee cord, I finally had to wrap the line around my hand turn my back to the rail with the line over my shoulder and walk away from the rail before coming free with the terminal tackle intact and a straightened hook. I saw the light and converted my faith to Ande Tournament Test forever and have never been dissapointed. Try it you won't be dissapointed either............chris67
CHRIS67 at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

Ande monofilament tournament fishing line

I use Ande fishing line on all my reels and have for many years. My last purchase from Cabela's was a 1/2 pound spool of Ande's 16 pound green monofilament that I use on my surf fishing reels. My first trip out with the new line I landed a nice 44 inch redfish which I released back into the surf on Galveston island. I like the way the line lets me hookup on fish like reds where you really have to set the hook hard on impact. When I surf fish there will be a lot of line out so you are going to have some stretch which is okay and Ande keeps the stretch to a minimum always allowing a good hookup. A lot of companies like to compare their lines to Ande but all you have to do is look at who holds the most records and that should convince you that Ande is a proven product and that works for me.
bogart281 at Cabelas on 05/25/2010

Ande Tournament

Always reliable. Never worry that the line won"t hold up it's end of the bargain.
jrock1 at Cabelas on 09/17/2010

ande mono tournament green

one of the best lines I've ever used. easy to tie and strong
tincanjim at Cabelas on 09/03/2010