NEbody, looking at those running line myself.Be interested on your thoughts once you settle with it!.I’ve got a couple to try a Skagit system, in the expectation that it wasn’t something I’d use much. As said above, the loops are a bit clunky but otherwise they seem fine.
I’ve also just blown a bit less than £9 (inc. delivery) on one of their Connectcore running lines to see if that works. Again, the loops aren’t great but I‘ve yet to try it.
I use the connect core running lines and they are fine. If you aren't in a hurry you are better ordering off the max catch site as opposed to ebay as they are even cheaper just take a few weeks to arrive from China.NEbody, looking at those running line myself.Be interested on your thoughts once you settle with it!.
TBF , I've used both the maxcatch single handed Spey and the Rio one and the Rio is far superior for me anyway.I've had several Maxcatch rods and lines including a 600gr Skagit. Can't see me buying much else, lines wise, in future. I think it's only because they are sold so cheaply people think they must be rubbish, they're definitely not.
The similarities between them and some Rio lines are so striking as to be suspicious. Check out the specs and the diagrams of both, particularly the single handed spey and the in touch switch lines.
It's almost as if the two different lines are made by the same manufacturer.
I bought a 17' scandi head (25 grams) to use on a switch rod for trout and sea trout streamer fishing. It was only £17 casts brilliantly in my garden and is nice and smooth and is looped at both ends. I'm going to use it with mono running line (look at the thread on that to see how I prepared the mono to make it limp).
Obviously only long term use will tell me how good at is but early signs are encouraging and I loved the price - BTW I bought it off Amazon so I didn't have to wait an age for it though it may have cost a little extra.