Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA Line 1000m ice blue colour
With a significant list of world records to its name there is really little more one can say to demonstrate the pedigree of Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA Line. With the strictest of quality controls, especially strength parameters and guidelines, Hi-Catch is compliant with IGFA standards and rules ensuring it is the go-to fishing line for the world’s top rated professional anglers. These pro anglers are playing for big game fishing records, big bucks and big tournament kudos. No pro wants to be compromised by noncompliance or worse still, inferior fishing line that can potentially cost them a significant win.
With outstanding performance qualities specifically designed for the boat angler and trolling, Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA line is a must have those truly serious anglers who demand the best available mono connection to their target. The abrasion resistance is class leading so Hi-Catch will withstand the rigors of tough fights, to some degree encounters with some forms of teeth, reef, jetsam and shaky deck hands. The momoi Hi Catch game line all have very low diameters so you can fit plenty on your reel. Delivered in 1000 meter spools, you will have more than enough line to pack up the hungriest game reel.
A big day out chasing significant blue water action can be a costly affair. Don’t ruin a day losing a prize or record catch using inferior mono. Demand the best, spool up with the best and put Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA Line on all of your fishing reels and lay into the biggest of sports fish with supreme confidence and expect to land a personal best.
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Not all mono’s are made equal. There is a definite hierarchy and Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA Line stands in command. Accept nothing less and give you fishing the quality mono it deserves. Spool up with Momoi Hi-Catch IGFA Line and fish your way into the record book