Cabela's Green Ripcord Si Plus Line 1 000 Yards

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Cabela's Green Ripcord Si Plus Line 1 000 Yards -
The Spectra hybrid-braid construction incorporates a microfilament nylon fiber with the braid. This hybrid construction produces a braid that is ideally suited for casting and spinning. The unique braid has increased body for less rod-tip wraps, higher abrasion resistance, and higher knot strength over traditional braided lines. The hybrid construction increases stretch to a maximum of 5%, making the line more forgiving for demanding conditions where increased shock loading occurs. The silicone coating provides less friction, helps cast farther and last longer. Made in USA.
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Cabela's Green Ripcord Si Plus Line 1 000 Yards Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Baitcaster's Dream

The Ripcord appears to be of equal quality compared to other leading brands of braided fishing lines. I was fishing at the NC coast in the spring and the line was a smooth cast time after time. I was impressed with the performance of the fishing line.
Ebrook473 at Cabelas on 07/24/2012

Great line !!!

Tried Ripcord about 5 years ago and now I use it as my main line for most fishing situations. If you jij, fish live bait, pull cranks, or bottom bouncers, Ripcord is a great option.
upb4dawn at Cabelas on 07/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

Huge Disappointment

I've never written a negative review of a product before, however I did feel compelled after using this line. I bought this in the summer of 2013 for reference if the product has changed. This was the 10# version. I spooled 3 different reels (2500, 3000, and 4000 series Sahara and spheres reels.) and I was throwing mirrodine 17MR, 1/4 oz jighwads, and super spook jrs. I brought 5 different rods with me (the three aforementioned reels and two reels spooled with 8# power pro and 10# suffix 832. All three of the reels with Ripcord on them had birds nests or loops within 5-6 casts. I even cut off some line and retied twice thinking I had overspooled. Eventually they were so knotted up I had to literally take a knife and cut down the spool in order to get all the line off. By the end of the trip all three of the reels with ripcord were completely out of action and I was left with my reels with Power Pro and Suffix…
The line does not cast as far as the others and has a very stiff feel to it. it knotted up mid cast so badly the line actually snapped twice.
I have bought and used many Cabelas brand products over the years, but this has been the first that has been utterly terrible.
Yooper55 at Cabelas on 12/22/2013

Horrible casting

This line frays easily and has the plyability of line much heavier. It works fine for trolling, but it does not cast well. I have the 10 lb and the 30 lb. The 10 lb casts like 30 lb power pro and the 30 lb casts like 50 lb power pro. This is the only 1 star rating that I ever remember giving a cabelas product, but it deserves it. I'm not sure if they changed the product, because of all the previous positive reviews (the reason I bought two spools), but the line I bought in the spring of 2013 is horrible.
Nauer at Cabelas on 04/24/2013