Vinnie The Tarpon
Fort Washington, MD.
On each of my tournaments that I win, I always look for that one reason that won it. On my last winning tournament it went without debate that the Transoptic was the victory reason. With the correct heavy fish argument plan, the Transoptic just won't break, snap, split, crack... nothing!!!. If you're a pro-angler or professional fisherman, you'll fully acknowledge how to handle a huge and heavy fish with a titanic fight which at times you'll wish you were fighting a human... not a fish!.
It's like having 2 anglers retrieving the fish, you and Berkley Trilene against the fish... you just can't miss with Berkley Trilene's Transoptic Mono Line!.
Not including the other numerous qualities that the Transoptic obtains, this line is as well surpurb for crankbaits and plugs.
The only one that disagrees with me on this is the 72lb, 9oz Gar that won me grand prize in my last Gar tournament in 2009.
By my using the Transoptic in my next 2011 Tarpon tournament, this one's in the bag, and that my friends... ain't no ghost story!!!.
As many Berkley products that I've used in my 49 years of fishing, and I'm 54 years in vintage... you have my word that Berkley Trilene stands behind each of their items.
Pros: Strong, Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle, Easy To Store, Irresistible to Fish, Good For Variety Of Fish, An extremely long cast
Cons: I haven't any
Best Uses: Fighting Heavy Fish, Jigging, Deep Water, Fresh Water, Trolling, Ice Fishing, Salt Water, Shore Casting
Would you recommend this product? Yes