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Got my free line today

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got my free spiderwire stealth today, it seems really nice, was 65 here in Bemidji today, which means it wont be much longer till i get to go out on the open water and try out my new line. Any one else get theirs yet?

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I got mine in the mail today also. I'm going to have to start looking for larger fish...it was 30 pound test!
Looks like a nice product.

jig-em

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Sweet, I hope mine is 30lb test! I can use it for River fishing!
I havent got my mail yet, I'll check tommorow; I hope its here.

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Still waitin how long did you have to wait almost forgot about it.

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I also received mine too. It was 30 lb. test. Can't wait to try it out!

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Yep, got mine today too. I can't imagine any fishing I do that 30# test is right for. I was hoping for something from 4 to 15 pound but beggars can't be choosers. Polar Bear

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Okay, what area of MN are you guys from. did't get mine yet! ( there are two other people here with the same first and last name as me on the same street, maybe one of the others got it by mistake)
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JC

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it is 30 lb test but it is 8 lb dia. I use mine when fishing for northerns

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Where are you guys getting this free line from? I was looking at stealth today in the store.
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Brian

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Got mine too along with a $2 dollar rebate to purchase a new spool. 30lb test.

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How many yards come on the free spool? I bought some at the sports show and it looks like pretty nice line.

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Viper, spiderfishing was having a giveaway on their site. Bushwacker, they are 75 yard spools.

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Ok, so, it's 30#test isn't the diameter the same as 8#test? I thought the point was to have line that was stronger for cover situations but small enough in dia. to cast more efficiently?
Just wondering.
JC

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Got mine also ...Monday !!!!
can't wait to try it grin.gif


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I got mine!

I'll give it away for free b/c i dont like 30lb test line.


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Got mine. 30# as well.

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Ya I may have to do more Muskie fishing this year. 30# is a bit too big for my eyes and Crappies.
Anyone used this stuff yet? What did you think?

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Got mine too! 30 # test, I am thinking anchor rope? smile.gif I have no idea of what to use it of the heaviest line I use for anything is 10# test.

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