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Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test

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Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test


Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test

Our tournament grade 75 LB test Caliber Titanium Wire is an excellent choice for constructing heavier tackle leaders used to catch game fish with sharp teeth, such as wahoo. Applicable for both salt & fresh water fishing applications, our soft non-reflective titanium wire offers smaller diameters for stealth and greatly decreases the probability of kinking and breakage, while maintaining the necessary strength and elasticity necessary for successful landing of your prized catch. Caliber Titanium Wire features the necessary softness to resist kinking allowing anglers the rigging option of using knots, crimps, or a combination of both. In addition, Caliber Titanium Wire is an excellent choice for rigging the popular multiple treble hook rigs used in king fish tournament fishing.

15 foot coil packaged in a resealable storage bag.

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test

Line Diameter:0.023 IN / 0.58 mm

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test

Titanium wire technology has come a long way. Elastic property being one of the most important features when it comes to fishing. A little bit of stretch goes a long way when it comes to a successful hook up, particularly when your target species has big teach and soft mouths. Elasticity also allows titanium to be tied with 3 basic knots, the clinch knot, the Albright, and the figure 8 knot. The elastic properties of Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test strength also serves to eliminate kink allowing our product to be used multiple times.

The first time I used knots to rig our tournament kingfish stinger rigs, the knots were the subject of many nightmares and restless nights. When tying titanium the knots are NOT cinched as tightly as the monofilament knots we all have been accustomed to. Frankly the knots look loose, hence the nightmares, and subsequent stress and anxiety on tournament day. Rest assured that these knots will NOT fail. Of the 3 knots, the figure 8 and the clinch are my preferred knots. Even though you will still suffer from the nightmares and stress, this too shall pass.

When making up our multiple hook king mackerel rigs we use Caliber titanium wire to rig the trailing treble hooks behind the J hook. At times we use about 12 inches of #7 coffee colored wire to go from our mainline's fluorocarbon leader to the J hook, utilizing a #8 SPRO Power Swivel to tie the multiple hook rig to the fluorocarbon. The option to use titanium throughout the entire rig is a good option as well.

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test strength may also be used to make up wind on leaders with Jerry Brown Hollow Core Spectra Braided Line. See Line Diameter tab to match wire diameter to desired Jerry Brown hollow core line diameter sizes.

If you haven't used titanium wire for making your rigs, give it a shot, moving forward you will find it hard to go back to stainless. Caliber is an excellent product made in the USA.

Louis, CEO Heber Valley Big Game Tackle / BMC Tackle

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test - Clinch Knot

1. Clinch Knot - Total of 2 steps


Pass the wire through the swivel or hook. Wrap 3 to 5 times.

Hold main wire and pull tag end until knot tightens up. Cut tag end leaving some wire to allow wire to cinch further after hook up, and to prevent the knot from becoming loose.

Caliber Titanium Wire Leader 75 LB Test - Albright Knot

1. Albright Knot - Total of 3 steps


Double up wire and make a loop. Pass monofilament line through the loop.


Wrap the monofilament around the wire and itself. Pass the tag end through the loop.


Pull both monofilament line ends and wire together until the knot is tight. Cut tag ends leaving some wire to allow for further cinching after hook up, and preventing the knot from becoming loose.