P-Line Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
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P-Line Fluorocarbon Fishing Line is constructed of 100% pure fluorocarbon crystals, ensuring unbeatable knot and breaking strength. This premium P-Line Fluorocarbon Line has a refractive index similar to water, making it virtually invisible in water. Plus, the line has low stretch and little memory, allowing increased sensitivity to detect the light bitters. UV resistant.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 53
Rated 4 out of 5 by DaleRoy Good Line!
In all my years of fishing, I've found two lines I really liked. The rest I mostly just tolerated, for obvious reasons. My favorite line is Seaguar INVIZX (See my review for this line). My second favorite line is P-Line Fluorocarbon. I sometimes can't find my favorite line, but I don't hesitate to buy this line instead. Neither of these lines will work for topwaters because both lines sink. For topwaters, I use Suffix. Though I mostly just tolerate Suffix, again for obvious reasons, I can tolerate it easier than most others.
December 1, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wackem Good line
This is good stuff. I like fluorocarbon and I like this line. Fair price, too.
November 14, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5 by Woodman Lame
Was told to use flourocarbon for shaky head. Tried 8 lb. test. Tangles. loops immediately. While spooling up flipped spool over and pulled line through thick phone book. Out on water it was one cast ok, next cast loops and line jumping off reel. Cut off jig head and trailed line behind boat. Still terrible loops, knots, tangles. I'm going back to Cajun Red Cast!
October 22, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 worth the extra effort
My preferred method of fishing is light line and small lures. For optimum success you must have a line with low stretch, high sensitivity, good knot strength, abrasion resistance, low visibility, and small diameter for maximum castability. I have tried every kind of line, and each had one or more serious drawbacks. I had settled on P-Line Premium for awhile and was satisfied with everything except the stretch factor and sensitivity. I had tried some fluorocarbons but found them highly unmanageable on spinning gear. Then I tried P-line fluorocarbon. I am hooked! You must get used to keeping in touch with your line on the cast. It will spiral off the spool, if you are not careful. KVD line and lure conditioner helps, and you cannot overfill the spool. Overall, it is worth it!.
August 21, 2007
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