Depends entirely upon your definition of "good". By "good" if you mean it is a serviceable fishing line, I doubt you would find any of the brethern who would say it was not. But, on the other foot, I doubt that you would find many who would say it was better than "Big Game". It falls back to what are you comfortable with. If you want line that won't break, you'd best fish with wire rope (and then hope you don't catch one that can break that or your a gonner).
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ive had the cajun red on 1 of my rods for quite a while, never had a problem with it, even the first time i cast it didnt birdsnest on me..... i would recomend it, although (they) say red is an attractant, any line is good line... on my other rod ive had monofilament on for about 10 yeas and never ever had a problem...............,......
For mono I like stren duratuff- a little thick but it is AWESOME for abrasion resistance, durability , shock abosorbtion and longevity. Good stuff. That and Ande's- which holds more igfa records than any mono (nuff said)
Never used Cajun but the red is not for attracting its for invisibility as red is filtered out of water at about 7ft depth range.And as most cats arent line shy I dont see the point
I started using the cajun red this spring on my crappie poles in 6# & 8# and was very happy with it. Happy enough that I now have it on 2 large spincast reels for catfishing in 20#. I haven't caught many catfish on it yet, but caught several big bowfin on my crappie poles and it seems to be pretty tough. grizzly
about 6 weeks ago i put red lightning on my reels i usally use trilen big game but i kinda like the cajun red i may like switch back and forth just for color variation but far as is it good yes it pretty darn good.plus you save 1 doller, good luck