P-Line CXX X-tra Strong Monofilament - 370-600 Yards
Great multi-purpose line.
I use the 10lb. Moss Green. This line is a great bridge between flourocarbon and mono. It does not sink like flouro, so it works with topwater lures. It does not ride high like mono but you can still see the lure sink rate and strikes. The breaking strength is double the rating. I have better hook sets than with mono due to less stretch. This is an advantage being seated in a Kayak with a limited range of motion. The water I fish is too clear for braid. Memory is not a problem on my Citica reels. This line is not as stiff as Yo-zuri Hybrid, which is what I replaced.
June 10, 2012
This line is great. When some people are using 20 lb tes, I use 15 or even 12. All my reals are spooled with. I use froggin/flipping/pitching 15 lb. 12 lb test on worms / spinner baits. 10 lb on finesse jigs, and 6 lb crystal clear on drop shot and shakey head. I have never broke a fish off on any CXX. I would say it is the most abbrasion resistant line on the market. If u use rember, If you are buying 20lb in any other brand you only need 15 lb CXX. 17lb=12lb CXX. Best line I have used. on Spinning rods leave a 1/4 in gap between the lip of the spool and the line.
July 19, 2010
Best Mono on the Market
I have been fishing for over 50 years, I have used most of the products that are on the shelves out there and there is nothing better than P-Line fishing line. Match P-Line up with any competitor's line and P-Line will be smaller in diameter and will break at a higher poundage. I have been using P=Line for over 10 years now and have found their Flour-o-Clear line very good stuff as well. You can not go wrong with P-Line, period. I recommend using some line dressing, like "Reel Magic" to reduce line memory and increase the life of your mono.
June 8, 2011
This line works
I use P-line for all my fishing. I jig for crappie and fish for big flatheads and blues. First I have to have the visibility to see the tiniest indication of a bite. One would think crappie are the finicky biters, but I've caught 50 pound flatheads that barely took the bait and without being able to see every tick on that line I could have missed opportunities. Two P-line is tough. Crappie hang in the brush as well as the big cats. Structure is where it's at and if you don't have a tough line it's easy to break off at the worst possible time. I had a 65 pound flathead last summer that was taking me behind concrete pillars below a dam and in my mind an inferior line would have never held up and let me see that fish on the scales. Im sold on p-line.
April 11, 2013