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What kind of line is this? Is it a braid or a Hybrid type line?
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Is this yardage correct? Other stores have the 20lb listed at 150 yrds?
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I bought 20# test and found that using say a 3/4-1oz lure the line will break at the knot half the time why is this ? No stretch on hard cast ?
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Ande Ande® Premium Monofilament Line - 1 lb. Spools

Holder of over 1,300 IGFA World Records in both fresh and saltwater, Ande Premium Monofilament Line is widely recognized by serious anglers throughout the world for its excellent knot strength and superior durability. Available in a variety of easily visible colors, this low-memory, premium line features a smaller diameter for longer, smoother casts and less drag when trolling or battling a fish. Yardages given are approximate and may vary; spools are sold by weight, not actual yardage.
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How thick is the spool?

asked 2 years, 2 months ago
on Ande® Premium Monofilament Line - 1 lb. Spools
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answer 1
1 pound spools are about 5 inches wide with a 6-7 inch diameter
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
 - Bay Area California
answer 2
The spools are all the same size but the line amount varies , figure on 7 inches
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
 - Califorina
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