Eagle Claw Lake & Stream™ Premium Monofilament Fishing Line

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Eagle Claw Lake & Stream™ Premium Monofilament Fishing Line is a great catch for VALUE !

Buy in bulk and save! Eagle Claw Lake & Stream™ Premium Monofilament Fishing Line is an excellent all-around choice for fresh or salt water fishing. Tough and highly abrasion-resistant with minimal stretch... all at a great price.

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Articles & Tips
Taking A Look At Braided, Fluorocarbon, And Monofilament Line

The choice of fishing line may not be as important as where you fish, or what you tie on the line. However, in order to maximize a technique, there often is a line that will increase your catch. Line choice becomes more important with some methods compared to others. So I want to discuss the three primary types of line -- braid, fluorocarbon, and monofilament -- and their uses.

Knowing When To Change Your Line

One of the most common questions I'm asked while meeting and greeting bass anglers on tour is: "When should I or how often should I change my line?" My answer: "When it needs it." OK, that's kind of not the answer they're looking for, but really it's the correct one, and here's why.

The Fundamentals Of Fluorocarbon Fishing Line

Although not a newcomer to the fishing scene, the buzz about fluorocarbon line has exploded over the last couple of years. Fluorocarbon brings some excellent advancements to the forefront of line development. Like anything, though, there are advantages and disadvantages. Here is the nitty-gritty on those.

Choosing The Right Fishing Line Is And Isn’t Easy

Stroll through the fishing line aisle at a big sporting goods store and it's overwhelming. Monofilament, co-polymer, braid, fluorocarbon, tough, limp, clear, blue, green, red, yellow, 1-pound test, 75-pound -- and every poundage in between! I want to talk to those anglers out there, novice and accomplished alike, who are confused or undecided about the best line for their type of fishing.

Tips For Spooling Fishing Line

Spooling line is one of the many "little" things needing a fisherman's attention. At a glance, it appears to be a simple task; but if done wrong, it can result in frustration and headaches. Now that's the last thing we want when on the water! Here's how to do it right.

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