Raven Main Line Monofilament Line
Raven Main Line Monofilament Line features excellent abrasion resistance and high breaking strength. The supple formulation and high buoyancy make it ideal for float fishing applications.
- 1/8 lb. spool (length varies by pound test)
- Excellent abrasion resistance
- High breaking strength
- High buoyancy
- Good for float fishing applications
|6 lb.||0.009 in.||0.24 mm||1200 yds.|
|8 lb.||0.010 in.||0.26 mm||985 yds.|
|10 lb.||0.011 in.||0.28 mm||820 yds.|
|12 lb.||0.012 in.||0.31 mm||690 yds.|
|15 lb.||0.013 in.||0.33 mm||620 yds.|
|17 lb.||0.015 in.||0.37 mm||470 yds.|
|20 lb.||0.016 in.||0.41 mm||380 yds.|
Ratings & Reviews
I would bye this product again
by Butch -
I being able to detect the siitist movement.
Raven Main Line
by Brule River Pinner -
I used Raven main line in 10lb yellow on my float set-up. It is easy to see, mends well and seems to have have great breaking strength. However, I wish it float a little better. When I envisioned a floating mono I thought it would ride a bit higher on the water. I am going to try the Siglon F and see how the two compare.
Raven Float Line
by Freddy -
I used this product on a recent trip to the Salmon River in NY. It was used on a Diawa Excelor spinning reel, and performed flawlessly.
Cheap price, good quality
by Mike -
This line is great for float fishing. It casts well, does not have a lot of memory, and has a low price. High visibility makes it easy to track the drift, but has not seemed to spook any fish that I have encountered. If you are into drifting floats, this is the line to buy; good quality, good strength, and the price is right. Six pound test on a spinning reel is the way I run this, would probably be even better on a centerpin rig.
by matrat -
Excellent main line, strong and duable. Would recommend to friend