P-Line CXX X-tra Strong Monofilament - 260-300 Yards
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CXX X-Tra Strong stands up to the roughest structure and strongest fish, thanks to its superior abrasion-resistant coating and extremely high breaking strength. Choose Hi-Vis Fluorescent for night fishing; Crystal Clear is perfect for any water conditions; Moss Green is the favorite of bass anglers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 58
Rated 5 out of 5 by HoosierMike If you haven't used, you wont know
I have used P-line copolymer for 5 years now, and I would absolutely never use any other line. It is great for flipping and casting on a baitcaster. You just can't break the stuff, and the green is almost invisible. The only thing is that you probably better off with other line for your spinning rods. It doesn't like to sit on those reels very well. But I fish alot of tourneys, and have only broke off one fish on the hookset in 5 years!! I can hammerjack em with this stuff!!!
February 26, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5 by MasterBaiter P-Line = Poor Line
My dad and I were taking a fishing trip up to the mountains, where we had a cabin on a private lake. As you can probably guess the fish there were monsters. The smallest fish we caught was 2 lbs. But... even those 2 pounders easily snapped this line. It just couldn't handle the stress, also it got easily tangled on our spools. It repeatedly got tangled on my spinning reel and my dad's baitcaster. We spent too much time re-lining our reels instead of fishing. Just save yourself the time and money, and buy some quality line.
February 13, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Macdadi P-Line Extra Strong Mono
I have a love hate relationship with this line. I love it's strngth to diamerter ratio, which is important when you're shore fishing for salmon as I do in Chicago. The hate part is what another reviewer mentioned, birdnests and tangles. I've discovered that the line is very sensitive to lure size and drag setting, much like if you were using a baitcasting reel. Now I know that those of us who use spinning reels often do so to avoid the hastles inherent in using a baitcaster. But if you don't use a lure that's too light for the line weight, and set the drag accordingly, you can be rewarded with longer casts, and strong hook-sets. I'm ordering more today....
October 17, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by kvnthebassman the name does not lie!
I have tried other so called strong lines and this was recommended by my fishing partner, I was skeptical of this line at first it does feel stiff when you first spool it on, I sprayed it down with reel magic and then started fishing with it. From the first hookset I was hooked! awesome feel great strength also caught 1 small 9 pound musky, no leader just line and hook, and no nicks or anything! the 5/0 hook bent almost flat but no problem with the line at all. This is strong line and handles very well!
October 16, 2006
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