Thin Braid

I am looking at doing some light (small sharks/macks) landbased game over the summer.


I have a 750SSV Spinfisher not ideal for landbased game but it has reasonable line capacity.


I am looking for around 500m of 30LB braid just interested looking to spend around the 100$ Mark.

Interested in hearing peoples favourite ultra thin braids.

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 I have used this braid in

Tue, 2014-12-09 15:03

 I have used this braid in 50lb extensively over the last year and a half and whilst not as soft as more expensive braid, it has performed flawlessly and has great knot strength and abrasion resistance. 

As I said not as soft or thin as some of the more expensive big name braids, but has done the job for me and is a decent price.

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Tue, 2014-12-09 17:31

 What is delivery time like?

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 Its pretty quick, I received

Wed, 2014-12-10 12:06

 Its pretty quick, I received mine in around 4-5 days I think

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 Berkley whiplash is fairly

Wed, 2014-12-10 08:51

 Berkley whiplash is fairly cheap and very thin, you'll get 300 of 50lb on that reel, it doesn't snap easily on shock load like other thin braids.


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fins original

Wed, 2014-12-10 11:57

 Ive used lots of different braids over the years and for the smaller sizes up to 50lb you cant go past oringinal fins. Ties excellent knots casts good and lasts. I use green 30lb for spango  popin  and  light jiggin up here in exy.  Lots of casts  and serious hand on spool scull dragin, never lets me down. It has excellent abraision resistance and lasts for years.