American Fishing Wire S15C-.25 15 Toothproof Leader Wire Brown 1/4lb Coil
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|Size||Coil Size||lb. Test||Diameter||ft./lb.||Color||Price|
|15||1/4lb. Coil||240lb.||0.035in.||302ft./lb.||Camo Brown||$8.99 USD|
Made from specially controlled Type 304 stainless steel alloy, Tooth Proof is hard but not brittle, delivering both flexibility and strength. Our unique pre-straightening process eliminates cast - giving you a straighter leader with improved kink resistance.
- Provides maximum protection against the ferocious jaws of toothy big game fish
- Incomparable abrasion resistance tames the toughest toothy fish
- Camouflaged brown finish vanishes in deep water
- Tournament tested tough!
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
July 1, 2016
Works well for Shark leaders, I double it up on my leaders to increase strength and lesson kinking
ConsCan be tough to get it perfectly how you want it when doubled up and twisted.
By Logan Woody
Best wire I've found for shark fishing!
February 17, 2016
It really makes sense why the pros use it because to be the best you have to use the best! Definetly a requirement for big shark fishing when fishing in SC or anywhere on the coast!
April 10, 2015
Tooth Proof has always made solid wire and I am not disappointed by this either. It doesn't king easily like some wires and I have yet to have it get cut by a fish. Also, you get a ton of footage in a coil from Tackle Directs supply versus what you will find in a retail store.
October 11, 2014
Works well - easy to bend with proper tools, does not rust too fast, holds shape, very strong, great product
1 Question & 1 Answer
from New Castle, Delaware asked:
October 14, 2014
This says that it is a .25lb. coil but it also says that it is 30ft. I thought a .25lb. coil was 75ft. What is the length of this? Thanks,
Thank you for catching our mistake. You are correct. The #15 cable in .25 pound coil is 75 feet long.
on October 15, 2014