45lb Super Copper

$18.99 - $199.99

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Super Copper fishing line Made in the USA from Blood Run Tackle Co. has been extensively field tested in order to ensure the best fishability and fish catching characteristics.   When we developed our Super Copper fishing line, we tested numerous different types, twists, weights, diameters to develop what we believe is the best copper trolling wire available.

Blood Run Tackle Co. super copper is a tin/nickel alloy coated copper wire that allows for saltwater corrosion resistance and more pliability in the fishing wire itself.   This allows for smoother payout and retrieve.

There is no debating the fact that copper trolling wire has swept through many trolling  fisheries as a "must-have" presentation for neutral or negative predators.   Now, open water, bay and major river system anglers are catching on to the valuable benefits of implementing super copper into their trolling spreads.

Copper fishing wire's unique ability to cut through underwater currents and temperature layers are the number one reason copper stands alone in its ability to get down to active fish other than by use of stainless wire, snapweights or downriggers.

For important tips and tricks regarding rigging, knots, repairs, deployment and copper program techniques, click here to see how Blood Run Pro's utilize our copper fishing line to put more fish in the box!

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36 Reviews

4/5
Grant Bjork Aug 27th 2018

7/28/18

I have had great success with Blood Runs copper trolling wire in both 32 and 45lb. The 45lb is very durable and produces fish for me when my downriggers do not. I am a small boat troller and usually run 2 boards a side and they always produce, 300 is my best rod. Very good product.

5/5
Eric Latner Aug 27th 2018

6/16/18

Highly recommend this copper wire after using several other brands. Very durable and usually the most productive rods on my boat. Nothing compares to copper imo.

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