P-Line Floroclear Fishing Line - 260-300 Yards
Tough and Managable
I use P-line Fluorocarbon on some reels and Floroclear on others and so on. This year my 14 year old son caught a 81/2 lb and a 9lb LM Bass on back to back cast using 8lb Floroclear. It blew my mind. This week I chose to retie his knot for him after catching 8 smallmouths, 18 inches and bigger. I could not believe that 8lb line could hold up to the surges of those smallies while rubbing on an aluminum canoe. And you know kids, they think they have to reel the fish all the way up through the eyes of the rod and to the reel. Great product p-line. And great price too.
August 20, 2007
i had used stren mono since i was a kid, and when the floro craze started, i tried to switch. stren and berkley floro are junk in my opinion. i'm not afraid to spend a little $ on my gear, but i can't bring myself to dump $20-$30 into 300yds of line. i gave fluoroclear a try and have gone to this line almost exclusively. it's soft and supple like mono, but has some of the same characteristics of floro. although it's only coated, it still has a faster sink rate than mono. knot strenght is tremendous and memory is almost non-existent. durability is no concern either. i retie more from being paranoid than necessity. give it a try, you won't regret it.
October 1, 2011
I've used nothing but Trilene in the past and this was the first time I tried a different line and I must say I was very impressed. I am not sure if its because its the first time I've stepped away from a typical mono line or what. I used this with a finesse set up i use in the weeds and was supried how the line stayed straight and clear, but most importantly held up to pull through the weeds. I also used it with my spinner for the first time and i could feel both blades turning in the water. I thought how did i gain feeling with a heavier line. Knots hold very tight no memory and CHEAP!!!! I have found my new go to line. Great Product!
June 11, 2009
Very good line
I've been using the Flouroclear for about a year now and overall I like it. This is the beggining of the 2d season on the same spool and it has some memory but that's to be expected. The line performs just as it should. It doesn't cast as well as mono and it's not as clear as 100% flouro, but gives you the other advantages of both quite well. I haven't experienced any of the breakages that the other reviews state. I use reel magic on my line and store my rods indoors. I found out the hard way that flouro is prone to dry rot even on a fairly new spool if left to extremes for even a short period of time.(i.e the garage in Arizona Summer)
February 19, 2010