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Anyone Use Or Ever Use High Seas Grand Slam Lines?

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just curious about their mono, fluoro, and braid. i know bill dance loooves the stuff and swears by it but i was just wondering if anybody has/had experience with it.

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just curious about their mono, fluoro, and braid. i know bill dance loooves the stuff and swears by it but i was just wondering if anybody has/had experience with it.

I've seen saltwater guys use it. It doesn't have the best reviews for freshwater though. Bill Dance also swore by Stren until they stopped sponsoring him or hi seas upped the ante. There are much better lines out there for less money.

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I've used Hi Seas flouro in the past and use hi seas copolymer on one of my reels. Main reason i bought it initially was to support a small local bait shop, and it turned out to be good line. The flouro preformed excellently, but not any better than trilene 100%, and trilene is a little cheaper where i shop. The copolymer is preforming well. Both lines have little memory and great strength in my experience.

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They're not a new company, just not well known out of Europe. Years ago I found their Black Widow co poly thru shark river. It is an excellent line and seemed made for spinning reels. Back then they had factories in Portugal and Germany. If I could find it again I'd use it.

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Bill Dance also swore by Stren until they stopped sponsoring him or hi seas upped the ante. There are much better lines out there for less money.

BINGO!!!! Have you seen his commercial where he takes the box of Stren and throws it away over his shoulder? First time I've ever seen anybody do that to an ex-sponsor.

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They're not a new company, just not well known out of Europe. Years ago I found their Black Widow co poly thru shark river. It is an excellent line and seemed made for spinning reels. Back then they had factories in Portugal and Germany. If I could find it again I'd use it.

Here ya go!

http://www.jannsnetcraft.com/hiseas-fishing-lines/720141.aspx

Tom

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