Cajun Archery Cajun Red Lightin' 300-Yd. Spool

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Cajun Archery Cajun Red Lightin' 300-Yd. Spool -
The blood-red color of this line causes it to become nearly invisible within the top few feet of water. Formulated to perform in the most demanding conditions, it's highly abrasion- and shock-resistant, has controlled stretch for positive hooksetting power and delivers dependable knot strength.


  • Controlled stretch and dependable knot strength
  • Shock- and abrasion-resistant
  • Red color makes it almost invisible in water
  • Superior strength with low memory
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Cajun Archery Cajun Red Lightin' 300-Yd. Spool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Hauled in a big one

brought in a 32lb Flathead catfish using 10lb test and 7' Cabelas pro guide rod with a Peen Fierce reel took a little work but it all worked flawlessly.
NCDckHnter at Cabelas on 06/16/2013

Does the job

Recommended by co worker. I love it so far.
WhoolleyBully at Cabelas on 09/12/2013

Negative Reviews:

Terrible results

I found this line to be literally unusable. I am wondering if these reviews are referring to another type of line. Almost any option is better than this stuff!
ThinRef at Cabelas on 06/14/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Tough! but stiff too....

This line has many good benefits. First is the low price, second is that it is very abrasion resistant and has low stretch also, thirdly I like the visibility above the water allowing me to track my line easily visually. The one issue I have had is it is not what anybody would consider a good casting line. It has a bit too much memory and has a little more body (too stiff) making it a little tricky at times. It does hold a knot extremely well though! This line is better on a conventional spool style reel (trolling & bait casting) than on a spinning reel.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 08/22/2013