Triple Fish Camo-Escent Line offers anglers a significant advantage over standard nylon line. Triple Fish Camo-Escent line is made from Perlon, a copolymer that maintains its strength even after being stretched almost to the breaking point. Regular nylon fishing line will weaken after severe stretching, causing problems with knot and line strength later. Camo-Escent is very strong and armor tough, providing anglers with a reflective fluorescent strip so you can easily monitor your line and more easily detect subtle strikes. The Camo color will disappear in a fish's natural underwater environment, getting you more bites. The legendary Triple Fish Camo-escent is a great all around fishing line.
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Comments: Okay, Ive been using this shiz for YEARS, so here is the deal on it. Pros: It's STRONG. Years ago before I knew any better, I was fishing a 12 inch worm on the 10lb line and, oops, hooked a 9. Fought her for a while and she met the net. Its TOUGH, use it around cover. Need a perfect line for Mexico? You got it. PRICE-Awesome. CONS: Yeah dude, it'll kink up on ya after a while. It's horrible on spinning gear. If you take care of it, it will last. Use that KVD spray. I have had 20 on my swimbait reel since Feb (I keep track...what, you dont?) and now its Sep. Still goin strong.
From: Meatwad: trippin on fish
Comments: Initially I liked this line, but over time noticed how much memory this line has and will never buy it again.
Much prefer Berkley/Trilene Big Game Green in 15-16 lb test.
From: Vandyman: Dallas, TX
Comments: i too have fished 6lb and 8lb for years and have never had an issue with strength, breaks, etc., and have caught a boatload of bass. this past spring at castaic lagoon in my tube i caught my biggest bass ever. 13lbs using 6lb. triple fish camo-escent while splitshotting a 4.5" roboworm.
From: Michael: Los Angeles, CA
Comments: The best fishing line on the market, hands down. Perlon is far superior to any other filaments out there.
From: James: Louisville, KY
Comments: I have fished the 6lb for years with no complaints whatsoever and great success. I've recently started using the 25lb. for heavy stuff and I can't see how it can be improved upon.
From: Dave: Nuevo, CA