Berkley NanoFil Uni-Filament Fishing Line
The ultimate line for spinning reels, Berkley®'s NanoFil™ Uni-Filament Fishing Line delivers the ultimate in casting and sensitivity. Not a monofilament or braid, NanoFil Uni-Filament is the next generation of fishing line featuring unified filament technology which molecularly links and shapes hundreds of Dyneema® nanofilaments into unified filament fishing line. And since Dyneema nanofilaments are stronger-than-steel, NanoFil has a thin diameter and is incredibly strong. This advanced construction process also makes NanoFil Uni-Filament easy to cast, exceptionally sensitive and virtually free of memory and line tangles. NanoFil is optimized for use on spinning reels, and its ultra-thin diameter may dig into baitcast reels during hook-sets.
- The next generation of fishing line
- Not mono. Not braid.
- Unified filament technology
- The ultimate spinning reel line
- Effortless casting
- Superb sensitivity
- Minimum diameter with maximum strength
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I simply cut that piece of line off once the fraying is bad enough to worry me.
I am not a tourney guy so I can speak for their experiences.
Think about a fly rod and the fly line????
no problems right??
sue the 2-4lb nanofil for trout and use a 6ft leader you will be fine
I use the 12lb and swear I can haul in twice that.
I am guessing 8lb would be stronger than advertised too.
On a baitcaster you will be destined for failure after your first catch, snag, etc that will have the line nice and snug. Then on the next cast....... SNAP and say bye to your lure and most of your line.
I have been using the uniknot on nanofil for 2 years and it also works on power pro
anyone having problems with the line breaking is tying an Improper Knot
I like it. It works & easy to tie.
I have also done some snell knots & had great success.
Just want to make certain you tie/rig to minimize abrasions on the line.
I typically use a fluro leader which eliminates that near the lure.
I use an Alberto knot most of the time and I have had great luck with it.
I have also used the uni to uni, but it is a thicker knot and robs some casting distance.
I have also tried a surgeons knot using three wraps instead of two. This works, but is not as strong as the other two knots. It is quicker and easier to tie, but noticeably weaker.
It hasn't broke a single time and is a small knot to pass through an ultralight.
I did the same for #15 fluoro leader on #17 Nanofil and it held fine as well.
To save Nanofil, I'm always going to use a leader. The leader also eliminates any worry I have about the fish seeing my line.