P-Line CXX X-tra Strong Monofilament - 370-600 Yards
I use this line 6 & 8 lb have caught Bass Cat's and Crappie,all on this line and I like the the way it performs,have had a couple friends try it and they also like the way it performed.
May 2, 2009
Best and toughest line i have used
I primarily use the 6 pound test for my spinning reels. I can fish with this line season after season. The fish to do not become unbuttoned because of nicks abrasions or flaws in the line. It takes tons of abuse.
In 2001 I landed the Georgia state record brown trout with this line. Fought the 18+ Lb. Fish for 20 minutes. The lure was in the her gullet and the line drug across her razor sharp teeth every time she dug her nose thru a gravel bar attempting to release herself. The p-line held up better than I did.
January 19, 2014
Careful of what you hook, because it is coming to the boat! P-Line is TOUGH STUFF!
June 7, 2010
Like steel cable
I'll have to rethink my choice of line weight after using this, going lower than with regular mono. i made the "mistake" of trying 15# test, only to find it couldn't be broken off. I pulled a 20' Ranger Comanche backwards, into the wind trying to breakoff. If I pulled any harder, I'd be looking at needing stiches iin my hand. I've been mainly using 12#, but am considering experimenting with 8&10 to be "equal" to my buddies using 15# regular mono. Memory seems better than mono, although time will take it's toll like with any other line. Backlash isn't a big issue like the mono purists make it out to be (better than say, Berkley Big Game).
November 18, 2006