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Offshore Angler Offshore Angler™ Magibraid™ Spectra® Fishing Line - 2500 Yards

Made from revolutionary Spectra fibers, producing a braided line that's waterproof, 100% UV-resistant, 40% smaller diameter than monofilament, has superior abrasion resistance and a low stretch of 3%, Magibraid Spectra is more expensive, but you can catch more, bigger fish, and it lasts 4 times longer than mono. We think it's worth it.
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What is the EXACT breaking strength of this line

For instance, 50# Tuff Line Original breaks at 67#. Please provide for all pound tests.
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I don't know the exact break strength but I fish off the east coast piers for King and hooked a good 300# shark and we finally had to cut the line because it wouldn't break. I was using 80# line.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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chip70
 - Lexington.NC
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