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PowerPro® Braided Spectra® Fiber Micro Filament Line - 100-150 Yards

   

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Moss Green

150 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.43 mm

Model:
21100800150E

Moss Green

150 Yards

100

Diameter:
0.46 mm

Model:
21101000150E

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

5

Diameter:
0.125 mm

Model:
21100050100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.15 mm

Model:
21100100100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
21100150100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
21100200100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Model:
21100300100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
21100400100Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

100 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
21100500100Y

Moss Green

100 Yards

5

Diameter:
0.125 mm

Model:
21100050100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.15 mm

Model:
21100100100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
21100150100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
21100200100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.28 mm

Moss Green

100 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
21100400100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.36 mm

Model:
21100500100E

Moss Green

100 Yards

65

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
21100650100E
  • Handles like mono
  • High strength-to-diameter ratio
  • Won't cut guides
  • Smoother casting
  • Ultra-sensitive
  • Super strong
  • Minimal stretch
  • Virtually no memory
  • Great knot performance

PowerPro's high-performance Spectra braid handles like mono and has one of the highest strength-to-diameter ratios available. This Braided Spectra's Enhanced Body Technology® delivers a compact, abrasion-resistant line with a smooth surface texture and virtually no spool memory. PowerPro Braided Spectra line is designed with minimal stretch for an awesome feel and is ultra-sensitive for increased strike detection. Plus, a new EZ Spool box design allows angler to spool line directly from the box!

Pound Test Conversion
10 lb. test = 2 lb. Monofilament Diameter
15 lb. test = 4 lb. Monofilament Diameter
20 lb. test = 6 lb. Monofilament Diameter
30 lb. test = 8 lb. Monofilament Diameter
40 lb. test = 10 lb. Monofilament Diameter
50 lb. test = 12 lb. Monofilament Diameter
65 lb. test = 16 lb. Monofilament Diameter
80 lb. test = 18 lb. Monofilament Diameter
100 lb. test = 20 lb. Monofilament Diameter
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 152 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product! It took a heartbreaking breakoff with mono line at Choke Canyon to solidify my switch over to braid. I just didn't want to spend the little bit of extra money on the PowerPro, but that big fish pushed me off the fence. I see some negative comments about PP on here, and I think that the backlashing and knotting issues are due to the reel settings and the size of line being used. On most baitcasters, you need to use 40-60 lb PowerPro, which has about the diameter of 12lb monofiliment. Spinning reels should have 15-30 lb PowerPro. Using PP thats too thin on a baitcaster will cause backlashes with more knots. However, when paired correctly with your reel, PowerPro actually causes LESS backlashes than mono. I have taught many of my friends to cast a baitcaster, and they always do better with my reels that have 50lb PowerPro. As for the quality, it is second to none! I used to change out my 14lb Trilene mono at least three times a year as it would get frayed and stretched down here in South Texas. With PowerPro, I only have to change my line every 3 or 4 years! Therefore, you might pay more for a spool of PP, but its MUCH cheaper in the long-run! March 11, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Better than average braid This is the 2nd best braid line on the market in my opinion. I prefer suffix 832 to power pro however, PP is really good too. I find that the PP tends to tangle up more than the suffix 832. Especially while casting into the wind. If I can't find suffix 832 in stores I have no problem buying PP. Looking forward to trying PP super slick in the future. April 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best line I've ever used. The first braid I ever purchased was Power Pro 20lb moss green in the 150yrd spool and spooled my Penn Pursuit 5000 with it. Since then I have tried other brands and types of braid, none of which worked as well as Power Pro braid as my main line, I use monofilament for my leaders. This line cast well, is very abrasion resistant and is very strong. I have it on 6 of my poles that I use the most. It is true that it has very little memory. Really great line, I would highly recommend it for everyone. See some of my catches made with this line. April 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best braid ever used spring of 13, hooked into the cat of my life. this fish was old and smart, I know this because I catch them often, and she didn't try to run me out like most do but found every rock she could find, I estimate appx. 20 rocks were turned over during battle and both sides of mouth were cut deeply by leader telling you what a fight it was. Point being, upon line inspection to see damage, I didn't even find one nick in this line. Enough said. don't you agree!! February 13, 2014
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braided is always harder on bait casting reels than mono.. If you were going to put braided on a bait caster, i would go with power pro
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I recommend you try braid on any quality reel. I have poles rigged in both mono and braid for different uses and lures.
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I'm looking at buying the 15lb test because its diameter is similar to the 4lb test i have on my setup. BUT will it throw my smaller lures? for example a small Blue Fox Vibrax.
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I think you could drop down to ten pound test, and still catch a nice size fish. Proving your drag is set properly. I use 5lb test and I get some desent size Bass. Just don't try a lift them out of the water. Safely grab them.
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I have found the braded line to be at least twice as strong as the same test in florocarbon. To get the best casts I would use the lightest test you can for an unbelivable distance on very light lures.
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I would recommend 10lbs the 15lbs will work but the 10lbs would cast alot better
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in my opinion, if you can cast lighter baits with 4lb, you should be able to cast with 15lb braided no problem, you should actually get some distance out of your casts since braided has no stretch. they do make 10 lb braided as well if you are not satisfied with your casting or are really worried about it.
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Best braided line?

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Thinking about spooling up a reel with some braided line? Im looking to spend less than $30 and think I will go from 15 lbs. up to 30. What is the best line and a good color?
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I would choose suffix 832 over power pro any day. However power pro is my 2nd choice
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Trust me. power pro vermillion red is the best line I ever used on my baitcasters.
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Green works for me. A lot of the water in my area is tinted green or stained. Read the reviews and make you decision. Braid lasts a long time....
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Power Pro for sure. Moss green is a great all-around color.
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i prefer power pro and i like the mossy green color. it has worked wonders for me and it stays the right color the longest for me.
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yes but suggest a heavy rod for those lb test lines.
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I have been using 40 and 50 lb PowerPro on my Castaic and 5500 level wind bait casters, with a mono leader tied on correctly. They cast great, but you may have to adjust your spool tension a little. Heavier power pro is good for yellows. Try it you'll like it, and it isn't too expensive considering how tough, and how long it lasts. good luck.
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Yes, Braid in salt water. I use 10-30lb when shallow bay fishing and 65-80 offshore. Probably all braids are good, its up to you to purchase the line with the qualities that matter most to you.I would like to try the new Tuff line supercast but cannot justify replacing good line ...
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Works great in saltwater,just rinse well after use just like your reels.
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Yes this will work for Saltwater. My step father uses Power Pro for tuna fishing and he has had no problems.
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I have a 7ft heavy rod with a extra fast tip it is a casting setup for frogs and soft plastics what pound test rating should i use. All answers are appreciated. Thanks Tightlines!
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I use 15lb on my spinning gear and 50 on my bait caster, i use the bait caster for heavy cover. i would use 50 or more depending on the cover.
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I prefer the lighter side even though its heavy fishing, say 40-50lb. But even higher would be fine.
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For frogs and flipping weighted soft plastic, I would recommend 65-80lb test. For weightless soft plastic I would not recommend going higher than 50lb test.
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since you have a 7ft heavy i would definitely use 50 to 60lb braid
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I usually use a minimum of 50 lb Power Pro. Can't go wrong.
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50lbs
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This is a heavy for main line on a meduim - heavy rod_reel. I'd back it down to ~20# pounds. You'll cast further and won't suffer much if any real power loss with a big one. Don't forget if the line is to heavy along with the drag to tight you can over stress the rod. I've seen I'm break.
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you can but the rod will probably break before the line did if you pulled it to breaking strength. I use that kind of braided on a heavy rod.
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All I use on baitcasting rods is 40 and 50 pound. 65 pound braid for my dedicated frog rod.

Now for spinning I wont go higher than 20 pound.
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Yes, but the real question is what will you be throwing and around what ytpe of cover?
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You can, however you want to make sure that the action isn't an extra fast. If you have too little action in the tip you can run the risk of breaking the top on a hard hookset, although I've never encountered this problem, I have heard of it happening
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why cant u get the red powerpro
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its on my reels right now
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red color only comes in the original power pro...not the slick version.
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power pro is mainly a saltwater brand. If you use to much red, it will scare away the fish
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red powerpro is available, but BPS doesn't stock it due to very low demand
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I need 5-10 pound test spectra that is rough, either mono or braided. I believe the braided, which I have not seen, might be what I need. This is for hairing a cello bow as a replacement for horsehair. The roughness, which in horsehair is created by the scaley surface, serves to hold the rosin. Current synthetic horsehair is neither strong nor rough enough to equal horsehair. Any comments? Thanks!
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I have no idea what your talking about, but braid is tuff. 20 lb braid is as thin as 6 lb mono and you can check out the product at any baitshop. They have the fishing line 3" or so displayed on every package. You can check all of them out.The problem is braid is very smooth. Hope this helps.
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Some of the braided lines when they first came out were rough try finding some older stuff
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of coarse. that's what leaders are for
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a pike can bite through the line, if you use higher lb test, that can help but not guarantee. Use at least 80 lb and if it is a long fight, you can still lose the fish.
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Depends on the size of the line but if u use a steel leader or even a very heavy mono leader u shouldn't have to worry about it butting thru it
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I have landed 40" Pike on 20lb PP on multiple occasions.
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it would depend what size you are using. i fish 30 and 50 a lot and have caught many a toothy saltwater fish without having the line cut.
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No, I've caught 2 sharks on the same line without trimming it and not leader. Their teeth were on the line but didn't bite through, they were 10 and 5lb. Bonnet head sharks with much larger teeth then pike. It is also difficult to cut the line with pliers. Though to be safe I would advise putting on a leader just in case because eventually the braid will fray and better safe then sorry.
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Yup. A sharb edge will cut through braid line no problem brother. I like 15lb Fluorocarbon for pike. I dont need a leader and it holds up well.
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A big pike might have teeth sharp enough to bite through, but it is unlikely that it would be hooked in a way that the line would be near it's teeth. If you are worried about a bite off, just use a steel leader.
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i was thinking about spooling up my saltwater Ugly Stik with 20lb test.
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It works awesome. Just watch your fingers when a fish takes the drag or you will get cut.
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it all works the same
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Awesome. I have at least 5 spinning reels spooled with it right now, more on casting reels.
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works great--i use it all the time on exactly the same rig for salt water fishing
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I spooled my spinning combo with 20 lbs. test Power Pro and caught Red fish and Snook no problem. I would recommend a stronger leader line for Snook as they are prone to slice line with their gill plates. Good Luck!
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Yes it cast well on a spinning reel I use 10 lb test. Lighter line will obviously work better on a spinning reel.
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