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|TST020||Breaking Strain: 20LB, Spool Size: 755m||
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|TST018||Breaking Strain: 18LB, Spool Size: 925m||
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Daiwa Tournament ST Monofil
Widely considered to be one of the most resilient monofilament lines on the market, the Tournament ST Monofil boasts a number of impressive features that put it head and shoulders about the rest. Significantly tougher than comparable lines at a similar price point, the Daiwa Tournament ST Monofil was subject to ruthless tests during the development process to ensure it would withstand the harshest of uses. Exposed to treatments which caused the incursion of cuts and surface nicks, Daiwa was incredibly pleased to note that the ST Monofil still retained much of its remarkable strength.
Despite this strength, the Tournament ST Monofil has almost zero memory. This ensures that when this line comes off a reel you experience near perfect line lay every time. With a slick surface texture this line can cast out remarkable distances thanks to the minimal friction it incurs as it flies from the reel. This line also has an incredibly high knot strength, ensuring sturdy rig ties time after time.
The Daiwa Tournament ST Monofil has been so popular amongst the angling community that Daiwa has been forced to bring out 300m spools of the line, including line at a lower breaking strain of 5lb and 6lb. This was as a direct result of both members of the match fishing community as well as the lure fishing community requesting lower breaking strain versions of the line which would be suitable for their uses.
Daiwa has been producing outstanding tackle solutions since the company was first established in the mid 1950s. Over half a century later and the company remains one of the biggest and most popular tackle companies in the world, with a global enterprise which spans five of the seven continents. It is thanks to its high quality production and innovative design, both features that are exemplified in the ST Monofil, that Daiwa continues to be so successful with anglers across the disciplines.