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Tuf-Line Duracast Braided Ultralight Fishing Line

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Tuf-Line Duracast Braided Line for Ultralight Fishing

– Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $20.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1 – 6 lb. diameter line.

 

 

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Product Specifications

Tuf-Lines DuraCast has been specifically designed for use on spinning reels.  The high end braided line casts effortlessly on spinning reels without creating the standard line guide noise that is usually associated with braided lines.  The round cross section and rigid construction help work to eliminate the standard wind knots and rod tip wraps that are so common on ultralight outfits.  The rounded design also allows for the line to spool back onto the reel evenly, and helps avoid retaining any memory from being on the spool for long periods of time.  These properties make it perfect for casting out large amounts of line and then pulling it back onto the spool without dealing with loops, knots, or bird’s nests.

What I Think

When you want a high performance braided line for your ultralight gear you are going to want to try TufLine Duracast.  The 6lb test features a much smaller diameter than standard monofilament and fluorocarbon lines.  It has been proven to cast further than typical monofilament lines by up to 25% because of its thin diameter and smooth finish.  Likewise it retains the zero stretch properties and extreme sensitivity that so many anglers love about fluorocarbon.  Additionally its small diameter allows you to get much more line onto your reel than if you were using monofilament or fluorocarbon.  All in all this is a very great line that provides you with the performance of braid with the handling of a standard monofilament line that you are more used to using.

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