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Description

SpiderWire EZ Braid provides the manageability and body of monofilament with the strength and sensitivity of SpiderWire. EZ Braid's Dyneema microfibers are three times stronger than monofilament lines, and two to three times smaller than mono of the same pound test. This line features the famous spider sensitive, nero zero stretch design making it perfect for casting and spinning applications were sensitivity and durability are key. SpiderWire EZ Braid comes in a Moss Green color.

SpiderWire EZ Braid is made in the U.S.A.

Specifications

SpiderWire EZ Braid
Specifications
Test
(lb.)
Diameter
(in.)
Diameter
(mm)
Mono Equivalent
Diameter
(lbs.)
100.0070.173
150.0080.204
200.0090.226
300.0120.308
500.0150.3812
Reviews
Review Summary
4.5
(8 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (5), Casual/ Recreational (2)
Pros
Strong (5)
Easy To Handle (3)
Good For Variety Of Fish (3)
Easy To Store (2)
Cons
Best Uses
Trolling (4)
Shore Casting (3)
Salt Water (3)
Fresh Water (3)
Jigging (2)

Customer Reviews
 Ok line, good price
Pros: Doesnt hold water, sensitive, strong, cheap
Cons: Not the smoothest, or limpest line out there
Best Uses: Deadsticking, Trolling
Comments: For the money this line works well. I prefer a more "rounded" braid and this isn't one of them, but it still works well. It has a waxy coating which helps it not hold water (great for cold weather), but it isn't the smoothest casting line in the world. I bought it for running plugs in the river, and it works well for that so I can't complain.
JLT
Barneveld, NY
 Excellent line so far.
Pros: Strong, Easy To Handle, Easy casting
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Shore Casting
Comments: I loaded my Ambassador bait casting reel with this line and it has performed beautifully so far. The line is very easy to handle and casting performance is noticeably better than monofilament. It ties easily and securely and it delivers excellent feel. Given the line's diameter, I plan on trying it in my Daiwa Minicast ultralight.
DK
P.A.
 I love spider wire
Pros: Strong, Good For Variety Of Fish
Best Uses: Salt Water, Fresh Water
Comments: i use spider wire fishing lines on my bass, catfish and saltwater reels. love the strength and knot strength. good durability
Cap'n Fred
Grosse Ile, Michigan
 Tough and durable
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish
Comments: This is the first time I have used Spiderwire in my life. I am a retired Charter Captain here in Michigan and for some reason have always used monofilament line. I've been fishing for 60 years. This stuff is strong and ties easily. I'm hooked!
Ray
New York
 Tough line
Pros: Strong
Best Uses: Trolling
Comments: I troll EZ Braid in lake Erie with planer boards. This line holds up under tough conditions and is easy to handle. I have nothing negative to say about this product.
SalHeadlessSal
Central Jersey
 Most sensitive wire I've tried
Pros: Strong, Easy To Store, Easy To Handle, Feel fish swim by, Good For Variety Of Fish
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Trolling, Jigging, Deep Water, Salt Water
Comments: Can anticipate bite, catch fish in their face. Straighten out hook strong; reclaim favorite snagged rig. Only line I use
jonti
norway
 I would buy this product again and again
Pros: Strong
Comments: great
Jay
New Jersey
Supple, super long casting, tough
Pros: Easy To Handle, Long Casting, Fish Don't Escape, Easy To Store
Best Uses: Trolling, Salt Water, Fresh Water, Deep Water, Shore Casting, Jigging
Comments: Great manageability, tight on spool if you use a mono-backing. I fish it on a light Quantum hypercast spinning w/ a med 6'6 IM7 graphite rod. This braid gives me smooth casts, no birdsnests at all, been using for about a month. Never even had to re-pack on the reel if you lower the bail by hand and raise the rod tip before you start reeling. Cheap, strong, easy to use, long casting. Very sensitive, can feel hits. I fish mostly crankbaits and topwater frogs, barely miss a hit.
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