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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.

P-Line Fluorocarbon Fishing Line 4.3 5 55 55
Not very good. I have the 6 lb test and it breaks alot, even during the cast. I also put this line on my dads reel and he experienced the same thing. March 14, 2008
Disappointing As others have noted, this line has a tendency to break without much force. Its abrasion resistance is also unimpressive. July 10, 2008
Good for some uses I have used 100% Flouro, flouroclear, and the the CX Premium in a number of tests. I buy P-line because of the price point (100% Flouro is 6.4 cents per yard versus competitors at 8 cents or more per yard). I don't fish tournaments but I own a bass boat, fish at least 3 times a week, and usually have 6 rods on my deck all spooled with either braid or fluorocarbon only. I will start by saying I will not ever buy coated line again. You should not either. Every manufacturer and every brand twists like crazy, peels or breaks almost immediately. You will spend twice as much re-spooling this junk as you would on the real deal (also I guarantee you will not catch any pro using coated lines) As for the 100% Flouro, It is pretty good in the 6# test, alright in the 8 pound test, and just okay in the 12 pound test. The 17 and 20 are too stiff. Much stiffer than XPS, TRILINE 100%, and sten. I have not tried invizX by seagar or Cajun (in similar price range) so I wont compare to them. The line twist from P-line flouro just in general seems to be worse than other brands. On a positive note the line is very abrasion resistant, good knot strength and is very clear under water. I have limited my use of this line to 6 pound test on spinning setups and 8 pound tests for braid main leaders. All other applications for Flouro require better designed flouro and bigger bucks. September 19, 2011
Amazing Fluorocarbon 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. Lunchbox April 17, 2011
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I spooled 6lb test P-Line on my Shimano Stradic 2500 and 3000 spinning reels. No coiling or looping encountered.
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In 8lb and up, I would stick to mono, or use it as a leader with a braided line...It has alot of "memory".
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Does for me just caught a 50" 36 lbs Muskie on 8 lbs test yesterday spinning reel worked great no line twist just don't over fill spool that is the trick
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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.
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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.
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Works fine when using 6ib or 8ib test.
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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.
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I have had no problems with the line except don't over fill the spool. If you do you'll have a mess on your hands the first cast or so. Leave at least 1/8" of the spool showing to prevent this.
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I use PLine floro on my spinning rods however, you will want to use a line conditionor such as Reel Magic. Tight Lines.
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did not work for me at all. it had a memory after just a few casts. could not keep the tangles out of the line. i was using 8lb test.
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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
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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.
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Catching 24 pound yellow tail was the best ever
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Does anyone know which line is softer, P-Line fluorocarbon, or XPS? I will be using primarily 12#, 15#, and 20# tests.
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I have used both and think P-line is the softest. Try a roll of Berkley's New 100% Fluorocarbon Professional Grade and see what you think.
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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.
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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
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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.
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I can't speak for frozen temps, nor in ultra-light strength (2-6 lb.), but in my experience this line has too much memory for spinning reels in the 8lb and up strength!
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this is great for spinning reels
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I use this line just after ice out and it works great... I don't think yopu would have any problems since it does not absorb water like mono does
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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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