Malin PM40-300 Soft Monel Pre-marked Trolling Wire

Malin PM40-300 Soft Monel Pre-marked Trolling Wire

Price: $48.99
Model
TD Code
Lb TestDiameterLengthMarkingPrice
PM40-300
MAL-0013
40 lb..024 in.300 ft.marked every 50 ft.$48.99 USD
Malin's solid soft monel trolling wire possesses superior properties that make it the ultimate trolling wire for fresh or saltwater. These properties give it exceptionally good resistance against kinking, corrosion and abrasion. It sinks faster and stays deeper than soft stainless steel due to its high density. Soft Monel trolling wire is the number one choice among experienced wire line anglers.
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Andrew
Neenah, WI
My what big markers you have
December 22, 2016
The wire line works fine, the marker indicators could be rethought. The indicators are large blobs of hard plastic at least 1/4" diameter. They would make it thru the carboly guides but jam at the level wind (Shimano Tekota 800). I ended up using them as guides to add shrink tubing every 50'. Just crushed (carefully) the blobs off and then put small twists on the wire. Over the twists I shrunk the tubing, which also happen to be color coded and easier to see.
ProsPre-marked, no measuring needed when adding new indicator marks.
ConsPlastic blobs used as markers to big to fit thru level wind. Also blobs aren't easy to see, they're off white.
By Quinn
Maryland
Soft !
March 24, 2015
This wire makes stainless steel seem ancient and archaic. Dives consistenly and sits on the spool more like lead core than wire. 50ft beads allow depth control to be more precise and the softness of the wire makes connecting dacron a cinch. No brainier for bunker spoon trolling.
ProsSo soft no kinks very manageable consistent depth control lasts forever if taken care of Easy on spool easy to tie
ConsMore than twice what SS wire runs but more than twice as good
By keith r.
oc nj
good wire
December 9, 2014
easy to work with
By Tom J.
Rhode Island
Worth the difference over stainless wire line
September 13, 2013
Hate the price but like the line. Doesn't kink nearly as much as stainless. Much easier to do haywire twists in. Malin brand has treated me well. Indispensible tool./ I have hardly fished for stripers and blues with anything but wire for 2 months now. Now, where's that other spool?
ProsRarely kinks Easier to do haywire twists
ConsPrice - moenl is so expensive
1 Question & 1 Answer
james
from westerly, ri asked:
June 19, 2015
How is this marked?
1 Answers
Hello James. This line is marked every 50 feet.
Brandon
on June 19, 2015

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