80lb braid

 Wanted to buy bulk spool of 80lb braid 2000m cheers

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Get tasline line from busted

Fri, 2021-05-07 03:34

Get tasline line from busted fishing 

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 +1 for tasline. 

Sat, 2021-05-08 05:33

 +1 for tasline. 


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If you're considering Tasline

Sat, 2021-05-08 07:35

If you're considering Tasline give Southside Boating and Fishing a call, they're a tasline stockist and have bulk spools. I don't have it in 80lb but last year I had 7 reels spooled with Tasline ranging from 12lb to 50lb and can say its the best braid I've used. Hoping to have the rest of my reels spooled with it by the end of the year


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Another vote for Tasline

Sat, 2021-05-08 08:06

I use the 80lb braid. It's stronger than 80ld - according to label... actual 116lb with a diameter of 0.48mm

Means that its effectively a 116lb braid strength with a thinner line - therefore less drag.

see label here www.tasline.com.au/tasline-elite-white-80lb

I've had some monster sharks on at Exxy and couldn't break it and got dragged around.


also this www.bassresource.com/bass-fishing-forums/topic/194493-2016-2017-braid-test-results-including-fg-knot-strength-and-line-diameter/

with some tests... and link to test results... www.dropbox.com/s/dtvrv8c7dho30mv/Braid%20Test%20Results.xlsx


So consideration could me:

Why not use 50lb tasline www.tasline.com.au/tasline-elite-white-50lb/

this gives you 76lb breaking strain with a thinner line 0.332mm