Author: Bullbuster Team
Visual Catalog Of Clear Monofilament Fishing Line
Below are several videos that let you see the sizes of the spools of our clear monofilament fishing line visually. Each video also describes why you might want to use a certain size spool over the other.
5Lb Spools Of Clear Monofilament Fishing Line
We carry 5Lb spools of monofilament fishing line from 50Lb - 200Lb test.
1Lb Spools Of Clear Monofilament Fishing Line
We carry 1Lb spools of monofilament fishing line from 20Lb - 200Lb test.
1/2Lb Spools Of Clear Monofilament Fishing Line
We carry 1/2Lb spools of monofilament fishing line in 12Lb and 15Lb test
Everything You Need To Know About Monofilament Fishing Line
Monofilament fishing lines known to most as “mono fishing lines” are still today one of the most popular types of fishing line. Mono lines are easy to handle and have the give and take to keep your hook firmly set in a fish's mouth. Our monofilament lines have great casting, low memory and , have extreme tensile strength to diameter ratios.
We put together this guide to help you to not only learn more about monofilament and where it is your best bet, but to help you to figure out what type to you, how to choose your line colors, how much you need, how often to change it, etc. Our ultimate goal is to help you spend more time fishing.
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We have tried to order the from most basic to more advanced. This is so everyone can get started with this guide. If you know something already simply keep scrolling. Anyone can get started with this guide, but only those ready to make a commitment to spending more time fishing are going to get what they need out of it.
+ Why Mono Is Awesome?
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+ It Is Easier To Handle Than Braid
Monofilament is softer and more flexible than braid so it is more forgiving on your hands. It is also more conducive to rapid rigging since it does not require fancy tools to cut through it like braid
+ Monofilament Acts Like A Shock Absorber
Our monofilament has high stretch and low memory. This means it has give and take to let you fight a fish without getting jerked around or tearing a bigger hole in the fish’s mouth and when the pressure releases the line goes back to its original form with little to no trace that it ever stretched.
+ Monofilaments Thicker Diameter Is Good Around Structure
When you are around structure monofilament’s thicker diameter comes in handy, it means that it can take more of a beating while maintaining more of its strength. If this is important to you, you may want to use a heavy leader topshot, or even a wind-on leader. If you are an intermediate to advanced fisherman you may consider using our hollow core braid to adjust your seamless leader length with ease.
+ It Floats!
While mono does absorb some water it usually remains neutrally buoyant, meaning that it is great for working topwater lures or not messing up the action of any number of lures that have different sinking rates.
+ It Is The Most Economic Fishing Line
Monofilament is pretty old technology so the methodology of making it has been perfected over time to make you a high quality product at a very affordable cost. Our monofilament is made by combining pellets of several different polymers that are extruded, stretched, and cooled at at optimal levels to bring you a line that catches fish and is simply badass.
+ It Is Really Easy To Tie Knots With
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