12lb test wireline

Discussion in 'Tackle Talk' started by chaunc, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. chaunc

    chaunc Staff Member

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    Trying to find this line on the net but cant seem to find it. Anybody know where i can order some?
     
  2. chaunc

    chaunc Staff Member

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    Still looking. Would like a little help finding some.
     

  3. Toxic

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    I posted a thread also lol. And I was looking for the same thing for "some" time. I ended up calling this company and ordering it directly from them. They have a 125.00 minimum order. So my friend and I ended up ordering two 5 lb spools. It ended up being $26 and change a pound. It is cheaper than getting it from the store. Bad thing is it will take about 2 weeks for it to be delivered. Try giving them a call.

    http://www.malinco.com/fishing/trolling.html
     
  4. chaunc

    chaunc Staff Member

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    Thanks Toxic. Which is better, stainless or monel ? Not sure which to order. Which do you use?
     
  5. Toxic

    Toxic Defensor Fortis

    We bought the SS single strand wire.
     
  6. 1sick1

    1sick1 One more cast ?

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    :confused: Not sure what you're using this for but I make wire rigs for gar (yes GAR ! lol) out of guitar strings. You can get any size you like in about a 4ft piece for around $1. They are SS single strand and flexible plus easy to work with.
     
  7. 1sick1

    1sick1 One more cast ?

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    AHHHH....I see now you want trolling line. My bad !


    Cabela's carries that and you don't need to buy $125 worth.

    www.cabelas.com
     
  8. chaunc

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    Need 400 ft. Thats a lot of splicing.:p
     
  9. Toxic

    Toxic Defensor Fortis

    Don't splice. That is why I went with the big spool. I spooling 4 rods at 500' each so I need a lot. I will have enough left over for future rods or for replacement if needed. If you can find it in a 1,000' spool it will run you $25 and up anyway. In the long run, it is actually cheaper to buy it by the pound.