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Maxima Ultragreen Monofilament Leader Material

Description

Maxima Ultragreen Monofilament Leader Material features Maxima's tough, high durability finish for exceptional abrasion resistance. Popular for use in both freshwater and saltwater environments, Ultragreen Monofilament Leader Material features a soft and limp formula. This leader material is great for use as fly fishing leader and tippet material, as well as a general leader material for a wide variety of conventional uses. This line features a soft formula, much limper than Maxima Clear and Maxima Chameleon leader materials.

We stock Maxima Ultragreen Monofilament Leader Material on 17 yd. and 27 yd. leader wheels. Color is ultragreen (moss green).

Specifications

Maxima Ultragreen Monofilament Leader Material
Specifications
SizeTest
(lb.)
Diameter
(in.)
Spool Length
(yds.)
6X20.00527
5X30.00627
4X40.00727
3X50.00827
2X60.00927
1X80.01027
N/A100.01227
N/A120.01327
N/A150.01527
N/A200.01727
N/A250.02027
N/A300.02217
N/A400.02417
Reviews
Review Summary
4.5
(11 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:  
Pros
Consistent knot strength (3)
Blood knots are perfect (3)
Stretch (2)
Easy to tie own leader (2)
Cons
Best Uses

Customer Reviews
 Tippit
Comments: Love this stuff good knot strength low stretch easy to undo wind knots
Steely
Great Lakes
 Best affordable leader
Pros: blends with water color, strong
Best Uses: salmon & steelhead
Comments: Maxima is the best non flourocarbon leader for steelhead
Mike S.
Northeast Ohio - Steelhead Alley
 Good leader material....period !!
Pros: Consistent knot strength, Stretch, Easy tos tie own leader, Blood knots are perfect
Best Uses: freshwater
Comments: Very good leader material and I wouldn't use anything else....been using for 3 years now and no complaints....
Bent Rod
 This stuff rocks!
Pros: low visibility in water, tough as nails, nearly zero memory, price
Comments: Always appreciate a quality product and the chance to review it with others. This line is my go-to leader material. If you're looking for something with the invisibility of a quality flurocarbon and the knot and line strength of monofilament, look no further, this is the stuff. It has replaced all of my fluro leader applications except for very low and clear water with pressured fish.
Mike S.
NE Ohio
 Good Stuff
Pros: Consistent knot strength, Easy to tie own leader, Blood knots are perfect
Cons: Freshwater
Comments: Max Ultragreen is the only leader material I will ever use....It easy to work with and the knots are super strong.....
Mike S.
NE Ohio - Steelhead
 superb knot strenth
Pros: Easy to tie own leader, Use as a mid-section, Blood knots are perfect
Best Uses: Mid Section of a leader
Comments: I use Max Cameleon in the Butt Section from 30# down to #15....Then use Ultragreen the rest of the way to either a 5 or 6 X tippet leader...This material is very easy to handle and the blood knots on a leader that it makes are very small compared to other leader material....
Trudy
Cumming, GA
 Good Quality Material
Comments: I am a beginner at making leaders, this material is easy to order and use.
MGedge
Covington, LA
 High quality
Pros: Easy to handle, Consistent knot strength
Best Uses: Hand tied leaders
Comments: Used for making custom fly fishing leaders
elkomike
Elko, NV
 Leader for Big Guys
Pros: Stretch, Little memory, Performs in Cold
Cons: Weakens Quickly
Best Uses: Large trout small tippet
Comments: Am fortunate to live around hatcheries with supply of trout that get to 10-lbs or so. At times these big fellows like their food in small morsels (e.g. #20 or #22 sized bites). The fishing is done best during winter months when there are fewer weeds, but winter temperatures can be zero or even a bit below. So I need tippet that is small, stretchy for the shock, and performs well when it is cold. Maxima is my choice for these conditions. My impression, without study to back it up, is that this leader weakens quickly. Twice now after landing a 2nd good-sized trout I've had knots break on the 3rd ones. Now I make it a rule to rerig after catching 1 or 2 large trout as i suspect the material weakens when put to heavy use.
Coachman
Midland, MI
 Good leader material
Pros: Works ok in cold weather, Strong
Cons: Want larger spool
Comments: Seems to have less memory in cold weather than some others I've used.
Gary
Utah (Uintas)
Chameleon "The Line That Fools Fish"
Pros: very strong, Not Brittle
Best Uses: Fly Leader
Comments: Very great leader that doesn't have the propensity to stay wound up in the spool shape. You won't be disappointed.
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