P-Line CXX X-tra Strong Monofilament - 370-600 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. Offered in 4 color choices to best suit your needs: Hi-Vis Clear Fluorescent for situations such as night fishing; Crystal Clear perfect for any water condition; Fluorescent Green for high visibility both day and night; and Moss Green, the favorite of Bass anglers. 370-600 yards.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by NorCalBass Best line out there...period
I've tried a number of different lines over the years and finally got around to trying P-Line and oh how I wish I had tried it first. The CXX is the toughest line out there. I use P-Line from 8# to 25# on both my spinning and casting reels and all are great. Knots hold, it doesn't knick easy and casts great. It's not the most supple line out there but with a few sprays of KVD line conditioner, it's perfect. I've used it frog fishing and even pitching in light to medium cover and never had it fail. All 20 of my reels have P-Line on them and I wouldn't use anything else.
March 3, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by PALANI29 BEST LINE OUT THERE!!!
I have fished all my life, from fresh to saltwater. I grew up fishing all over on kauai, hawaii. I currently live in southern California and do alot of fishing. I use P-line from Tuna to Rockfish and absolutly love it. I use 20# to 30# and just crank them in. If I get it snagged on the bottom it,'s hard to break the line free. I highly advise true fishermen to try it if you have not yet done so. I will never use another line unless there is something better coming out in the future. Aloha.
December 7, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hookjaw24 Like steel cable
I'll have to rethink my choice of line weight after using this, going lower than with regular mono. i made the "mistake" of trying 15# test, only to find it couldn't be broken off. I pulled a 20' Ranger Comanche backwards, into the wind trying to breakoff. If I pulled any harder, I'd be looking at needing stiches iin my hand. I've been mainly using 12#, but am considering experimenting with 8&10 to be "equal" to my buddies using 15# regular mono. Memory seems better than mono, although time will take it's toll like with any other line. Backlash isn't a big issue like the mono purists make it out to be (better than say, Berkley Big Game).
November 18, 2006
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