P-Line CX Premium Fishing Line - 1000 Yards
Best light tackle line I have used
I bass fish a lot with spinning equipment and 6lb line and small lures, so it is important to use a line that is limp and castable with low spool memory, but is also abrasion resistant and has high knot strength. I have literally tried several dozen lines, and if they cast well, they had weak knot strength and abrasion resistance, and if they were tough they did not cast well. P-Line Premium is the best I have tried. It will cast 1/16 and 1/8 ounce lures well and does not have to be retied as often as most light lines. The visibility is excellent as well
July 7, 2006
Great Fishing Line
I use the 6# & 8# line in Moss Green, and have tripled my fish take. The low stretch lets me set the hook quicker on the bites. Plus it is virtually invisible as soon as it hits the water. You won't go broke buying it either, it has a reasonable cost. Casting, or Spinning rod & reel combos it works great, but I mainly use it on Spinning. When using a spinner with this line, the line will twist. I highly recommend using a ball bearing swivel to help avoid the twisting.I highly recommend trying it, you might like it.
April 18, 2010
the small line breaks easy
The small pound line in this brand breaks easier than the lines of the same diameter....I have some 20lb test though that is strong, but the 8 and 12lb I bought isnt much. I lost 4 crankbaits the first day I used the 12 and lost a 3 lb largemouth on the 8 lb test. I switched back to my Berkley and no more break offs even if Ive gotten snagged. I do still use the 20lb though and it seems to be super strong. So unless you are gonna use the bib test line stay away from this kind of P-Line.
July 15, 2010
Excellent fresh and saltwater line
I began using this line, due to its smaller diameter and f lexibility, for walleyes and trout in fresh water, and while friends were fighting wind knots and coil-springing of fluorocarbon on their spinning reels, mine performed flawlessly. It has excellent strength and resitance to fraying, and the 30 pound version just landed mahi-mahi, skipjack, yellowfin tuna, jack crevalle, and bottomfish like pargo and dog snapper from 15 to 75 pounds without line problems. I am impressed.
August 2, 2010