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TUF-LINE Western Filament Kevlar Cord

TUF-LINE Western Filament Kevlar Cord

$14.99 - $20.99
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Break Strength:

TD Code
DescriptionLb TestLengthColorPrice
Kevlar Cord500lb100ftYellow$20.99 USD
Kevlar Cord300lb100ftYellow$14.99 USD
Western Filament Kevlar Cord can be used to make or repair assist hooks.
4.5 Stars based on 11 reviews
By alex
Ontario, Canada
October 10, 2017
Excellent assist cord
Smooth and strong! Use only for big jigs or offshore plugs
By Marco
Encinitas, CA
April 21, 2017
Time to make your own assist hooks!
With bigger bluefin the last couple of years in the Southern California bight than we've seen in a lifetime, the chances of a trophy have never been higher. Plus, they're biting all manners of flat falls, surface irons, and stick baits. No need to rely on stock assist hooks that may not be up to the challenge. With this Tuf-Line cord, you know what's under the shrink wrap! Good stuff, nice and strong, and sufficiently pliable for the knots that'll give you confidence when you hook that toad!
ProsStrong, abrasion resistant, pliable
ConsDoesn't burn/melt to tidy up the frayed ends
By Doug
Anacortes, Washington
August 25, 2016
Only place I could find this is here
After searching all the Brick & Mortar stores in the Seattle area for Assist Cord I found it here. It is exactly as advertised and works perfect for my jigs.
ProsAvailable! As advertised, quick shipping
ConsCost of shipping
April 22, 2016
Great for making stinger hooks
I use these to make my own stinger or dancing hooks that I affix to butterfly jigs, which I use jigging for tuna. This kevlar cord holds up well. I once caught a king fish (sharp teeth) and by the time I had gotten the king fish into the boat the cord was torn up, but still held together enough to reel in that king fish.
Prosstrong holds up well to sharp tooth fish
By Herbie
January 28, 2016
perfect for do-it-yourself assist hooks
Just started using Western filament to make my own assist hooks
ProsExtremely strong and long lasting and is can be spliced
ConsThe only thing is I wish there were other colors
By Juan Carlos
Costa Rica
July 22, 2015
Excelente para hacer assist hook
Esta linea la compre para confeccionar los assit hook de mis jigs, es fuerte y confiable el precio esta muy bien para la cantidad de linea
By Matt
March 8, 2015
Doesn't hold up
I was excited to get this roll of Kevlar. I was looking to replace the 550 cord in my Go Bags with it. I wanted a smaller cord that would also hold my weight of 250 lbs and so I ordered the 300 lb test. I set it up and stepped into the loop I made. I pulled myself up, then started to transfer the weight to the Kevlar loop. The cord snapped. I am very disappointed. It does cut thru PVC pipe. I was curious about that so I gave it a try. That bumped my rating to a 2-star. I'll look to see if there something bigger I can order, but not sure if doing so will defeat the purpose of my goal. Keeping the 550 cord as of right now. Matt
ProsSmall diameter cord Cuts PVC
ConsFailed to hold up 250 lbs.
By Scooter
Fairhope, AL
September 26, 2014
Great for Asssist Hooks
I used this line to make my own assist hooks for deep jigging. Although it frays when cut, its easy enough to wet the end down and pull through the eyeholes and heat shrink.
ProsThin and supple
ConsFrays when cut
By Lincoln
Pensacola FL
August 20, 2013
Perfect for assist hooks
This line is perfect for making assist hooks for jigs. Makes it way cheaper than buying pre made assist hooks
By Adam
Virginia Beach, Virginia
March 13, 2013
Couldnt ask for anything better for tying 8/0 and up assist hooks.
ProsIts hollow and limber
By David
Perth Australia
July 26, 2012
Kevlar cord
Very happy with the product.With our Samson fish season coming over here in w.a Australia I will be making a lot of assist hooks for jigging and the Tuf-line Kevlar cord is perfect for big Samson fish.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Carbonia, CI asked:
October 25, 2014
i see the same diameter cord for 300 and 500 lbs ??? 0.68" is it possible ?
According to Western Filament, the difference in diameter between the 300# and 500# cord is measured in the 1/1000 and therefore they round up. They are virtually identical diameters
Customer Service
on October 27, 2014

Tom Lyons
from Pitsgrove, New Jersey asked:
August 19, 2014
What's the diameter of the 300lb and do you sell the shrink tube too.
The diameter of the cord is the .068. Yes, we sell the shrink tube from Fathom.
Customer Service
on August 20, 2014

from cleveland, oh asked:
April 4, 2014
Is the cord hollow core?
This is not a hollow core line. The kevlar cord is a solid woven line.
Customer Service
on April 4, 2014

Alan Greenberg
from NYC asked:
October 24, 2013
What is the diameter of this (500lb) cord?
The diameter of the 500lb Kevlar Cord is .068" or 1.72mm
Customer Service
on November 3, 2013

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