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P-line’s CX Premium Fluorocarbon Coated Line is one of the most innovative lines available, combining copolymer and fluorocarbon technologies. CX Premium eliminates spinning reel line problems with its low memory and improved limpness. The combination of low memory and limpness also improves casting distance with a baitcast reel. The fluorocarbon-silicone coating virtually eliminates water absorption so cold water and weather have little effect on line performance. With as much as 30% less stretch than average lines, it has increased sensitivity to detect and react to even the most subtle strikes. 1000 yards.
CX is great!
I would agree with tnguardsman and Tom Sharp that CX is a great fishing line. I also throw a lot of small baits and drop shot with light line. The CX 6-8 lb. is great for this - it is limp enough work well on spinning reels and yet sensitive enough [must be the flouro coating] to feel a bite in 60 ft. of water. I used to be a big triliene XL fan, but CX seems to have much less line stretch than XL and low visibility in clear water.
With the heavier CX lines, I really like the visibility that CX provides when flipping, and I feel confident that the fluro coating reduces the visibility of the line [unlike my old favorite, flourescent Original Stren].
One other feature of CX is it's castability. I have less backlashes on my casting gear with CX than the CXX [which is definitely a stiffer line but feels more abrasion resistant than CX].
I am curious under which conditions "Brittle" is fishing under when breaking off his line.
November 7, 2006
Sorry. This line is much too brittle on the hookset. Lost lots of jigs and fish before I wised up. I was using the 8 lb. Take a piece of it and compare breaking strength to BP Excel mono for yourself. Just doesn't cut it.
July 16, 2011
This line will put an end to your line twisting problems. I do a lot of finesse fishing so, I use my spinning reels a lot and I have had a lot of problems with my line twisting. I filled three of my spinning reels with P-line CX Premium and I fished for six hours and my line didn't twist once.
May 26, 2011
I have used this line before with great success. So I ordered the larger spool and the result was not as before. It coils and stays this way resulting in poor performance. I think the spool I got was a very old. I will from now on only get the smaller spools if I decide to stay with this line.
May 18, 2011
CX Clear Florescent is highly visible under black light even with its small diameter. 10lb shows up great and I do some jigging and worming at night with the 20lb and it shows up like a rope! Strength is excellent!
fluorocarbon doesn't glow under a black light you are thinking mono and with mono i would get stren 12lb test clear/blue. I have this on my night time rod and i can catch bass and striper all night long without any problems just remember to retie after a big fish.
YES YOU CAN REMEMBER TO PUT IT ON PROPERLY SO IT DOES NOT COB WEB , CLOSE BAIL BY HAND ALWAYS . ALSO WHEN YOU FINISH SPOOLING YOUR REEL OUTSIDE OF COURSE OPEN BAIL HOLDING LINE IN HAND WALK THROUGH THE YEAR ABOUT 80 YARDS DROP LINE THEN GO REEL IT BACK ON REEL WITH SLITE TENTION ON LINE.... HOPE THIS HELPS YOU TO.
Just as invisible as any other flourocarbon line, if not better. The sink rate is not as fast as 100% flourocarbons, but it still sinks. I think this is the best value line out there. Another very important factor for me is the memory of the line. It has almost no memory and that makes it easy to cast with minimal backlash.
I have been using it for several months now. Because its a co-polymer with fluorocarbon coating it does sink, not as fast as a 100% fluoro but it is very strong line. I picked up a 35 pound river rock cause my lure got stuck and the line didn't break, or even so much as stretch. If you have been using mono lines more and are trying this out for the first time, the sink rate is still almost twice as fast because the line does sink.
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