P-Line CXX X-tra Strong Monofilament - 370-600 Yards
I tried P-Line about 4 yrs ago and was absolutely amazed. I have used just about every brand of line out there and there is no doubt in my mind, none of them can compete. My first real experience that convinced me was when I accidently snagged my crankbait on a log. After realizing that I was going to have to break my line, I started pulling about as hard as I possibly could. Finally, after a frustrating struggle that soon turned humorous to me and my two friends I was fishing with, my line went slack. I started to reel in to tie on another crankbait and I began feeling that familiar vibration in my rod and I thought to myself, no way. Sure enough, I finished reeling in my crankbait only to find that the rear hook was missing and the only thing left was what looked like a piece of wire. After my friends and I investigated, we realized that what looked like a piece of wire was actually the split ring, completely straightened out except for a little curl at the end that was keeping it connected to the lure. This was no little finesse crankbait either- it was a 7/16 oz jointed crankbait with two #4 treble hooks. Even more amazing is the fact that I was using 10 pound test. Soon enough I had convinced a majority of the people I fish with to try P-Line, and everyone agreed. Needless to say, all nine of my reels are spooled with P-Line and always will be. It has great cast ability, high abrasion resistance, and excellent knot strength. Simply put, you will not find a stronger line than this. If you don't believe me then buy some, spool your line, tie on a lure, go purposely get snagged and try to break this line. You'll be amazed with the strength.
November 10, 2006
I have been a faithful Trilene XT user for the past five years, but I'm always looking for something better. After reading the reviews about CXX, I decided to give it a try. I purchased a 600 yard roll of 8lbs test [clear] and 10lbs test [clear] for my two crankbait setups [St. Croix Avid series crankbait rods and Quantum PT Tour Edition casting reels]. I put them to the test on Table Rock this past week. I must admit, I am impressed. Stronger than XT. Less memory. Smooth casting. Abrassion resistant. And most importantly - less expensive. Everything you could want from a monofiliment. Consider me converted. I will be using P-Line from now on.
April 8, 2010
NEVER BUYING THIS AGAIN
I bought this line the night before I was going crappie fishing with a friend. This friend recomended it to me so I decided to try it. later that night as I was spooling it in my spinning reel I already began to notice that it was starting to kinck... a couple cranks of the reel later it jammed my whole reel up! The next morning as i released the the bail of my reel the line shoots out of the spool like a loaded spring. This line has such bad memory it began to tangle, kinck and twist even before i had tookin my first cast ! Very disapointed and a hudge waste of money! for know on i think i am going to stick to Crappie Maxx or Mr. Crappie hi vis line.
February 18, 2013
Simply The best hands down
This was my first year fishing this cxx and I am now extremely hooked . I fish tourniments every weekend and have been blown away with this line the way it cast - strength- feel and does not and I truely mean it does not scar up or fray any at all. I now have every size in it in my shop were i keep my tourniment supplies at . My days of looking for a great fishing line ended in 2010 , and the best fishing of my life will begin in 2011 with all 15 of my tourniment rods line with cxx no more breaking fish of for this old cat or needing that little extra lenght on my cast . good luck all and god bless your fishing and lifes
October 26, 2010