The Best Trilene XL Ever! Stronger and Smoother than ever, the improved formula has 20% greater knot strength and over 50% greater wet strength. 20% more flexible, for smooth casting and maximum manageability. Features:
Smooth casting for maximum manageability
Smooth Casting – Resists twists and kinks
Super Strong - Incredible strength for confidence and control
Sensitive – Good feel for structure and strikes
Versatile - Outstanding for a wide variety of baits and techniques
I am 64 I fish about 60 days a year trilene xl is the only mono I use and it’s the only mono I have ever used no since in changing when you are using it he best. Thanks for making the best mono on the market. Keep up the good work a satisfied bass fisherman
I've used (mostly) Trilene XL since the mid 80's. I have tried other Trilene variants and other Berkley lines as well. Some were OK, others not so much. Sure, it isn't as strong as braid with the same diameter and it isn't as sensitive as braid or flourocarbon. What XL gives is "enough". It's strong enough and sensitive enough to fish a wide variety of baits and techniques. Couple that with superior castability and low memory and it keeps me coming back spool after spool. It is the standard by which I judge all other lines.
I want to buy reel size Daiwa RX 4000BI but ....my Rod is Maguro Panthere 10-25Lb...this line I see on Tokopedia Indonesia ..that do not have diameter line size in mm. ...I am happy there is " For Casting Line Only"..in this product ..not so easy find casting line seller in Indonesia.
I’m 62 years old and been fishing all my life. I use the 14 lb test for fishing the north jetty in Galveston. The only time this line breaks is when a bull red goes down in the rocks and breaks it. Otherwise the line will stand up to 30 lb plus fish. We use very little weight when using live shrimp as bait so we need a line with good castibility. This line is the best. I don’t use anything else.
I am 69 years old and have been fishing for 62 years. Since I tried Trilene fishing line I never change and that was 48 years ago. Landed many nice size Trout over the years on Trilene XL 2 lbs. Great line for the price.
I use the 20 Ib line on my Battle 2 6000 and have been extremely impressed by the results. Of course, it has memory because it is monofilament, but not nearly as much as cheap stuff. I have fished near barnacles and other forms of marine growth and the abrasion resistance has been good. Knots are strong, too. I like the Fluorescent Blue/Clear color. This and Stren are my favorite lines.
It is nice and cheap as well. I believe it is some of the best economy mono out there. Great line.
I have used Trilene XL for many years and it is the best mono you can get. Great strength, nice and limp for spinning reels. I like the clear/flourescent for line-watching. As long as you spool it on properly you'll have no troubles with it.
It was very difficult to spool on my spinninr reel no matter how I turned spool. If I left any slack line it tangle up very quickly.' The line must be very old or something is wrong about it. I won't buy it again, I'll go back to 8lb. I went to 10lb thinking it might be easier for me to tie.
Trilene XL Mono. I have tried others and always seem to come back to this line. Why I even leave is beyond me. The line is tough, casts off my spinning reels very well and is consistent. What more can you ask for? Why I try something else looking for something better is probably just marketing hype making me wonder. I try it and get frustrated and come back. I will not do that again.
Been using XL for more years than I care to remember. I believe it to be the all-round best mono on the market. The stuff is very strong, with just the right amount of stretch, and it casts and behaves very well on a spinning reel as long as you spool it on properly. I always use the clear/fluorescent as I'm a line watcher. If I have to, I'll blood-knot on a short Flourocarbon leader for extremely clear water or finicky fish. I use it for everything; bass, walleye, pike, bass, panfish, and it's great for night fishing for catfish with a black light. Fantastic product.
Bought my regular replacement spool from the Berkley website. The current promotion offered a free pair of sunglasses with purchase of any 2 Trilene products so I bought the extra spool. Product arrived promptly, but I did not get the sunglasses. Even wrote to customer service through the website almost 2 weeks ago, but no one has even acknowledged my complaint. Conclusion...Berkley does not honor it’s promotions and Berkley Customer Service is poor. If this is not resolved very soon, I will be switching providers.
I have fish this line for years. I use various lines for my bass fishing. I always keep at least three rods spooled with XL for various fishing applications. Well worth the price. Delivers excellent performance across the board.
I have used Berkley Trilene XL exclusively for at least 43 years. I couldn't even begin to guess how much Trilene XL I have used over my lifetime. Why? Because I love fishing. It is simply the best line as far as I'm concerned. And, I like all of the features this product has to offer.
I bought a package of the Trilene XL, 6 pound test, 330yds spool, 2 weeks ago at Walmart. I re-spooled two reels with it last week and took them out fishing this past weekend. The line snapped on both reels in mid cast. (both reels are less than a year old. I've never had this happen before on other brands of line. I wouldn't have minded it so much, but when you see two, 8 dollar lures go flying across the river, it's kinda aggravating. I went home and removed the line from both reels and bought a different brand of line. I bought this line because of the price, but I guess you get what you pay for. It's Time to switch to another brand.
I spooled up my bait caster with 12-pound line and left it overnight. The first cast it gets so tangled h have to take the whole thing off my reel and it gets tangled at my feet. Please invest your money in quality braided line, you will thank me later