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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.
HEAD OF THE LINE !!!!!
This line casts well and in my opinion seems to be the strongest Flurocarbon I have found that does so. It's the first time I have ever used 8lb test with total confidence.
I use this line on spinning reels in 8lb, 10lb, and 12lb tests. 8lb for drop shoting, 10lb for Rapala Shad Raps and 12lb for Zoom Super Flukes.
Yes it's not cheap but considering it's performance it's well worth the money !!
August 16, 2011
A Little Good - A Lot Junk
I'm giving this product 2 starts all due to the 20lb I'm using as a leader on my baitcaster with a braid mainline. I have had relatively 0 problems with the leader and caught smallies like crazy over the last 2 weeks and also the fact that this line is practically invisible in the water as claimed.
However, I spooled at least 100 yards of the 8lb on my spinner and I have used it 3 times and I'd wager I'd be lucky to have 30 yards left. Cast - watch extra line spool off. Cast - watch extra line spool off.... etc. I'm just sick of this pulling extra off and rewinding every other cast until it finally does come off as a bird's nest and I'm forced to start hacking it away which, in my opinion has happened too much already. I tie my lures directly using a San Diego Jam knot and yesterday the line broke TWICE just cinching knot down (both about 4 inches up from the knot!!!!!!). I won't lie, right about now I'm willing to try ANYTHING else.
June 12, 2011
the best line
I found that this line is very strong and has no memory or very little.I use the 12 pound test on a 7 foot med rod and a flueger reel.Casts great.
April 19, 2011
I have tried several brands of fluorocarbon and this by far the best one yet. I have not had terrible memory, and, nor have I had issue with excessive breakage, unlike other fluorocarbon lines I have tried. I do soak my line in KVD Line and Lure, and I use it through out the day while fishing. One thing I have noticed is that the standard fishing knots, palomar, trilene, and the like are not optimal for this line. Tie a modified hangman's noose *5-7 wraps, not 13* and lube it well before you cinch, and line breakage goes WAY down. Spool this on a quality reel, and do not try to "burn" light lures back to the boat, and you should have very little in the way of trouble with loops/line twist on spinning reels.
All in all it gets a 9 out of 10 from me.
April 17, 2011
It doesnt work as well as baitcasters but if you use a line conditioner as you spool it on, it helps with twists, though doesn't completely eliminate them. I have found that by placing a small barrell swivel 12-16" above your lure helps a lot also.
It is a little finicky at times.... What I do is after spooling up with new line I drag it behind the boat.... let all the line out with nothing on the end of the line and just drag it for a few minutes to get any twist out.... once I do that I have no problems.
I would say, if you are looking to use 100% fluoro on a spinning outfit...p-line is probably the better choice. I personally use P-Line FluoroClear line on my spinning outfit and it works much easier than 100% Fluoro. FluoroClear is coated and has enough stiffness to set it ahead of mono without being too stiff for a spinning rig.
Yes it will but like any fishing line you should always check before and while you are fishing to make sure there are no bad spots. Check your fishing rod guide also for groves and rinse your rod and reel with fresh water after using
I have used 20 lb mono on some inshore fishing around the Florida Panhandle. I think it holds up pretty well unless you're going after redfish or bigger species. But pair it with a good rod and reel, and it would probably land just about anything.
P-line has a softer feel to it ( I think). I just reviewed the P-Line fluro here. I've used both extensively...and P-line in my opinion just feels better on the reel. I use 12, 15 lb P-line. XPS is close but seems to have more memory and doesn't last as long. P-line is easier to cast and less backlashes than any other fluoro I've tried.
P-Line is relatively stiff but works great on baitcasting equipment. I always shy away from using fourocarbon on spinning tackle because it likes to get twisted. Using 12 lb P-Line you can cast a crankbait and almost spool the reel. I have used XPS and it seems to get a little discolored and brittle quicker than the P-line
I'm sure this is not the complete answer you were looking for but, I didn't like either one on my spinning rods ( lighter tests weights ) and I did not give XPS a very fair shake as far as baitcasters. I did go with P-line and use it almost exclusively on my baitcasters. I have tried Suffix Flouro and I think that it is softer than P-line and I do use it and trust it - on occasion. Hope this helps.
Hello Sir, Unfortunately this line is no good for ice fishing at all, it holds water and freezes like crazy, unless you fish inside hut. Memory is not bad, but this line holds water and freezes all the time. If you want to use a fluorocarbon through the ice, try out P-Line's Fluoroice, it is a fluorocarbon coated line but has all the great features of any ice line, and it doesn't hold water! Give it a try!
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