Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Signature Series Fluorocarbon Fishing Line - Economy Spool
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- Disappears in the water
- Twice as dense as monofilament
- Low stretch for increased sensitivity
- Low water absorption for superior knot strength
After winning not one, but four Bassmaster Classics® on our advanced fluorocarbon line, Kevin VanDam is ardently spreading the word about its unique fishing characteristics. Like us, Kevin believes that using XPS Signature Series Fluorocarbon will help you catch more fish--even in ultra-clear water because fluorocarbon has almost the same refractive index as water, so it virtually disappears when wet. Plus, this line is nearly twice as dense as mono, so it sinks faster than the same diameter monofilament and allows better control of your lures. But the part you'll like even better is its low stretch, which translates directly to increased sensitivity; unlike fishing with mono, you'll feel every tick. With low water absorption for superior knot strength, high abrasion resistance and long-wearing built-in UV protection, XPS Fluorocarbon is a proven winner - just ask Kevin VanDam, he's used the line to win 4 Bassmaster Classics! Color: Clear.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by qrayjack Strongest 8lb line I've ever seen
My favorite spoon rig is a PQ40H ProQualifier open face loaded with 8 lb Fluorocarbon on a ProQualifier 70 mil modulous 7'6" rod. Caught a 12 lb striper (they pull like a truck) & 6 & 7lb walleyes on it yesterday here on Beaver Lake. Took about 10 minutes to get the striper in but rod, reel & line did their job. Later hung the spoon & had to break it off by wrapping a towel around my hand and the line around that. That line has to have at least a 15lb break strength, and small diameter and low visibility Flourocarbon makes a difference in this super-clear water. By the way the boat's an 882Nitro w. a 150 Mercury. Thanks to Bass Pro for good products.
June 27, 2013
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