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Ice Fishing: Monofilament

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Clam CPT Frost Monofilament Line
Clam CPT Frost Monofilament Line
The Clam CPT Frost Monofilament Line offers low memory and low stretch for strong hooksets and greater sensitivity. This line has less coil with a straighter, off-the-spool feed. This line is super stealthy and nearly invisible in the water. Designed specifically for cold weather, this line will not lose strength or suppleness in the cold water.
Northland Bionic Ice Fishing Line
Northland Bionic Ice Fishing Line
Northland Bionic Ice Fishing Line is a smooth and dependable premium monofilament designed for cold weather performance. This line is specially engineered with a balance of strength, sensitivity, and flexibility needed in a good ice fishing line. Bionic Ice Fishing Line is a line you can depend on in extreme cold weather fishing situations. We stock Northland Bionic Ice Fishing Line in 125 yd. spools.
Berkley Trilene Cold Weather Monofilament Line
Berkley Trilene Cold Weather Monofi...
Electric BlueKlondike Gold
Berkley Trilene Cold Weather Monofilament Line is ideal monofilament for tip-ups, ice reels, or any other cold water fishing situation. This line features extraordinary flexibility with a low memory design that resists twisting and tangling. The improved formula is as flexible at 32°F as regular mono is at 70°F. The vibrant line color provides maximum visibility against ice and snow. We stock Berkley Trilene Cold Weather Line in 110 yd. spools. Berkley Trilene Cold Weather Line is made in the U....
$2.99 - $3.79
$2.79 - $3.29
Berkley Trilene Micro Ice Monofilament Ice Line
Berkley Trilene Micro Ice Monofilam...
Clear SteelSolar
Berkley Trilene Micro Ice Monofilament Ice Line is great for finicky fish in ultra clear water. Micro Ice is the smallest, strongest mono you can fish. The low stretch design gives you superior lure control and increases sensitivity for quicker hooksets. This line is soft and pliable and resists kinks and coiling under cold ice fishing conditions. Micro Ice's small diameter makes it perfect for fishing small baits but still strong enough to pull a lunker through the ice. If you like ice fishing ...

At a Glance: Monofilament

Monofilament line is the oldest of the modern fishing lines, made of a single strand of nylon and primarily used as a mainline, but occasionally for leaders. It is the most popular of mainlines due to it being the least expensive and most versatile, working well with simple and complex knots. Monofilament line floats, making it ideal for fishing high in the water column. It is available in many colors including clear, white or opaque, red, orange, yellow, blue and greens. Anglers can purchase monofilament strong enough for most any species or tactic. The strength of monofilament is based on two factors in the manufacturing process. The first and most obvious is thickness. The thicker the line, the higher the breaking strength. The other factor is the polymers employed by each brand which can allow one brand to be a bit stronger than another at similar diameters. Thin lines allow for longer casts, as well. Thick lines are not as flexible and this affects casting distance as the line comes off the spool. The softness also means it stretches during use. This can be both good and bad for anglers. This stretch can assist an angler fighting a hard running fish instead of the line snapping instantly. Line stretch can also be a problem upon hooksets, keeping the hook from being driven into a fish’s mouth and eventually resulting in a lost trophy. Monofilament is also the least abrasion-resistant fishing line due to the softness of the materials used. Heat and prolonged exposure to sunlight can break down monofilament over time and it will lose its strength and flexibility. Storing leftover or extra spools in a basement is better than in a garage. Monofilament line also tends to retain spool-memory in that it eventually will coil up when unwound from a reel’s spool. This can greatly affect hooksets and sensitivity while fishing. It is best to regularly switch your monofilament line out for new, so it remains dependable. The negative characteristics may seem numerous, but monofilament is still widely used and extremely effective for many tactics and budgets. FishUSA offers a tremendous variety of brands, colors, and spool sizes of monofilament fishing line.

The top brands of monofilament fishing line at FishUSA include D.A.M., Berkley, Maxima, Sufix and Sunline.