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PowerPro Braided Spectra Fiber Micro Filament Line - 300 Yards

   

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Vermilion Red

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Moss Green

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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 ultra-sensitive for increased strike detection.

  • Handles like mono
  • Enhanced Body Technology
  • Abrasion resistant
  • No spool memory
  • Minimal stretch

Pound Test Conversion   

  • 5 lb. test = 1 lb. Monofilament Diameter
  • 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

PowerPro® Braided Spectra® Fiber Micro Filament Line - 300 Yards 4.5 5 256 256
readme hands down best braided line i've used. whatever your demands it will meet your need. that is unless you plan to fish around sharp rocks, then goodluck. otherwise i highly recommend power pro braided line September 21, 2012
this is the best purchase This has been this best purchase of braided line for my spinning reels yet. It is smooth casting and backlash free, also it is the best in grass and around wood structure. September 20, 2012
Just Great This line is great, casts a mile and is strong. First weekend I really got to use it i pulled a couple 3lbs and a 4lb out of some really thick grass. Pulled them all right out with no trouble. August 23, 2012
Tough as Nails There is nothing like being out on the water. Its really something else for the outdoor type of person. But when your out by the water with a rod and reel in your hand your day only gets better with PowerPro Braid! I have used this line on all my catfish rod and reels, including my muskie gear. I am telling you it overpowers big game fish and you feel every inch of fight and power. The line is super sensitive which is awesome for catfishing. It can have drawbacks for some bass rigs because sometimes you need a little bit of stretch and give that's the only minute downfall of this product. Other than that this product is awesome and worth every penny. It brings in the big boys and you can spool your reel with yard after yard of line due to its minimal size and diameter. This braid is sweet! August 20, 2012
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it mean it cast as smooth as mono of the same size dia. but the pouand test it greater than mono
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I personally feel that it handles just as good as any monofilliment line and is much better because it does not have any stretch to the line like mono. 20 LB line will cast just like you are using 6LB mono
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And oils you wanna use a leader at all is so Wat poundage n length
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50 braided
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I would use 65 to 80 lb for the Alabama Rig. Make sure you use a wide spool model baitcaster as casting distance will be longer versus a standard size reel
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I just bought 300 yards of the green 20 pound line and i was wondering if 20 is to much and if the green works well
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That is exactly the line and poundage I use except I purchase a bigger spool because I use it on all my reels including bait casters and spinning reels. I like the 20 LB because I can horse a monster bass out of the deep weeds without any problems. Try this line I am sure you be be as impressed with it as I am.
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20 is definitely not too strong. i personally use 40. the problem is usually with the thickness of the line. don't go too thick or it will affect castability
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The 20# will work great & you will see the first time you get hung up or in thick grass. Green is the only one that I would use in fresh waters. The 10# line works just as well.
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it all depends on what your fishing for and what type of cover you are fishing. I think 20lbs is a good line for the Big Bass when there is weed cover. I think you will like how good it performs.

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I prefer green but I am starting to try the timber brown color for the power pro super slick 8 on a few reels. No real report on the color being any better.

20lb power pro is fine for most bass applications. If you are fishing near timber or vegetation you will be happy you went with 20 and not 15. Some people go as heavy as 50 or 75 for bass in cover but that isn't the kind of fishing I personally do.

I like to tie a modified albright and use a two to three foot leader of fluorocarbon on my power pro. Some people think that is a saltwater only method but I think it helps with visibility. You can also use a 15lb flouro leader if you want a thinner line profile or a little more sport to your fight.

Either way, good decision, the 20lb diameter is thin and extremely sensitive. Your hook sets should also benefit from the braid's no stretch qualities also.

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insore fishing..

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I will be going to Florida next month and am trying to get my saltwater set up ready. usually we just go fish and not wory about line or anything which may be the reason we snap alot of lines. in the years since ive been learning more and more about fishing but only fish freshwater.

So my question: can you just use a high lb. test mono. or fluro. line and get away with it, or would you suggest using a 30lb braided line and maybe a 6 foot mon. or fluro. leader with a lb. test heavier than the braided line?

again i will be doing mostly surf fishing or other places along shore.sorry if my question is confusing, ANY suggestions will help. Thanks.
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it's is alway better to use a few feets of mono, because braided line doesn't give so you might pull the hook out of the fish mouth before the hook is set
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Use the 30# line in green & as far as a leader goes it all depends what you are fishing for. Just to be safe use a 1 foot steel leader just in case you hook a toothy critter.
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I am not well versed in fishing salt water, but I would recommend going to at least 65 lb power pro. You have to understand that the 65 lb power pro has a diameter equal to 17 lb mono. It does not stretch like mono and only requires a mild hook set. With the 65 lb test, I would not use a leader. Use the palomar knot when tying hooks and lures. Good luck
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I would splice it but that's what I prefer. And splicing it means start stringing your rod with equal lb test or higher mono or flouro then the braid for about 10-20 yards then tie the other line to the braid and string it all the way up and your done !
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use 20-30 lb braid depending on if you fish flats or what. the sufix 832 is the best braid. and a 20-30 lb seaguar flouro leader depending on if you are fishing in flats or docks
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The line is great for both as I use 20LB in all my fresh water reels. I use bait casters and spinning reels depending on which type of cover I am fishing.In deep cover then I use my bait caster and if I am finesse fishing I use my spinning reels.
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I noticed that this brad when first start fishing tends to float, but when it starts to retain water it will sink better. so I top water fish at day brake & when the top water action is over my line is ready to go to the bottom with no problems.
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It will work equally well with either type reel
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I use this line on a baitcaster in 20lb test and am very pleased with its strength and ease of casting.
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neither. power pro is garbage. sufix 832 is good any way you slice it
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In my opinion, braid is better on spinning reels. Better sensitivity, stonger, thinner and casts farther than mono and flourocarbon. Excellent for lighter lures and more subtle presentations. I always use a flourocarbon leader tied w/ a uni to uni knot. If you're used to mono, set your drag looser and ease up on your hook sets until you get used to braid.
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This type of braid can be used for both types of reels.

I prefer braid on my saltwater spinning tackle because:
(1) it does not typically get twisted.
(2) Line memory is not an issue with braid, which also lends itself well to spinning reels.
(3) Braid has a small diameter and you can put a higher amount of line on than with mono. It is comforting to know that my spinning reels have strong line and lots of it. That way if I hook into something big I know I have the line strength and yardage to handle it.

You can definitely use braid on your conventional reel but it handles such a high amount of mono you may want to experiment to decide what you like better.
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Braid is going to float. Probably floats better the mono. But there is no stretch. There is a new braid that does sink. It's called flourobriad or somethink like that.
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Braided line will not sink like mono
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floro sinks much easier as that is what it's designed to do. braid is much stronger. braid is much more visible also so I recommend using it only in muddy water or around lots of structure. open/clear water choose floro
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braid floats :) flourocarbon has a higher density than water so it sinks, mono is neutrally bouyant and braid has very little density because it is a bunch of fibers braided together, therefore it flots because it traps air in the little sections of fiber
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depending on what kinda bait you are using,it actually does really well for braid
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Good question. Fluorocarbon has a lower density than mono so it sinks more readily. I believe that braid is more buoyant than fluoro but I could be wrong.

Braid is thin so it passes through water with little resistance. I am not sure what method or application you are using braid for but in my experience it sinks just fine.

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Is braid stronger than monofilament and flourocarbon?
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Yes it is much stronger then both mono and flourocarbon. The line has less stretch to it than both mono and flouro
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i got stuck on a 50 gallon trash can that someone threw in a lake and it was #10 test and did not bust my line very strong
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Absolutely with out a doubt way stronger than mono or fluorocarbon. Go to Bass Pro Shop & check out the line diameter to see how large the other line has to be just to match up.
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For the size it is yes. An example would be that that #20 braid is the same diamater as #6 mono. So for the diamater it is yes.
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Absolutely without a shadow of a doubt. It does not stretch like mono and only requires a token hook set. It is very durable and although it will change colors if you use the moss green over an extended period of time, it does not break down like mono.
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much stronger than mono and floro. This line will tear through almost anything and doesn't fray easily
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depends on the lb test and the application. once braid gets a nick or frayed its tensile strength for that section is significantly lowered. flouro and lines like sufix seige have good abrasion resistance
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yes,it doesn't stretch like mono or flouro
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Yes and no. The diameter to strength ratio is higher. However, tensile strength, or the line's abilityto absorb shock, is lower. The reason being that it doesn't stretch. It's really only an issue with lower test braid because of the miniscule diameter. A looser drag will help to alleviate the issue while also protecting your rod.
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Like said, compared to same diameter line, yes. Also it has zero line stretch, zero memory and casts a mile due to thinner diameter and its flexibility...its braided threads, not a polymer like mono or fluoro. However it is visible so generally requires a leader. Not all reels can handle braid.
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for the same diameter yes, for example say you have 12 lb mono, you can get the same diameter with braid and but at 50 lb test breaking strain,
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I will be respooling a reel soon that I use in Lake Lanier and in many golf course ponds. The water is either extremely muddy or stained. I am also going for largemouth bass when I fish freshwater. What color line and what kind of line should I use? I also do not want to spend alot of money on line.
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Should you be fishing in muddy or stained water then you do not really know what is there there could be thick weeds or brush beneath the water and I would recommend
Power Pro Braid 20LB Test. Use a backing cheap line and then purchase a small spool of Power Pro Braid. to fill the rest of the spool with. Use the moss green color of the Power Pro Line. You then will be able to pull out any bass almost anywhere. I also recommend dark color lures or plastic worms. I personally use a 4/0 hook with plastic and keep the hook sharp using a file every 5 or so casts.
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For fresh water I always use green, that,s just my preference for clear to clouded water. I like the new Power Pro brad in 10# or 20# . 20# for fishing heavy cover ie Lilly pads or grass beds.
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Any braided line is much more expensive than mono. If I were fishing Lanier or golf course ponds, I would go to Berkley's Big Game mono no more than 15 lb test. You can buy a spool of (I think) 600 yds for around 8 bucks. Great line. Good Luck
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PowerPro braid in Moss Green rules the roost. Use 2 ft. of mono or florocarbon leader on the end. PowerPro may SEEM expensive at first, but it lasts literally for YEARS, no kidding. Strength to Diameter is off the chart, and it is tough and very abrasion resistant. Almost ZERO stretch, and super sensitive.
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I fish northern pike, walleye and small mouth/largemouth bass. My favorite lake is "clear as a bell" all summer. I fish with a friend who uses clear mono....I use 10-20 lb green PowerPro...no leader, and using same or similar plugs I catch just as many as he does ! Hope this helps !
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I'm an avid Bass Angler. I have Power Pro 10lb -20lb Braided line spooled on all my Rod/Reel Set ups. It is a little expensive, but it is very worth it! it holds well and performs like a champ when a bass decides to weave through weeds! It has yet to let me down! Good Luck and happy Fishin!
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I MAINLY FISH SALTWATER, BUT I WOULD USE 30LB-40LB POWER PRO BRAID, GREEN COLOR. THIS LINE WILL LAST SOME TIME BEFORE HAVING TO RESPOOL.
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I use the green colored line,my friend has the red stuff and I get 2 fish to his 1.You may want to run about 4 to 5 foot of Berkly vanish fluorocarbon,for a truly great set up,you will get more fish.good luck
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Much more resistant to abrasion. If you use circle hooks, you will get to like this line. However, like any line, always check for burrs each time you land a large fish and re-tie accordingly. Good Luck
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i would rate it a 9 out of 10
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this line is awesome. but all braid although it is highly abrasion resistant will have drastically reduced strength once it has a small fray. go with sufix seige 17 lb or 20 lb will be plenty. the sufix seige is a highly abrasion resistant mono. flouro also has a really high abrasion resistance and will hep keep your bait on the bottom
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Abrasion resistance is very good. I've had it wrapped around Mangrove roots, tree limbs, dock pilings, and concrete bridge pilings, and was able to get the fish out 90% of the time. Sharp stuff like oyster shells will shred it pretty bad, to non-usable status after, but will usually still hold to get the fish in!
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I use 65 lb test on my trolling rods and 50 lb test on spinning gear. The braid has not given away do to abrasion. However, do use a 2-3 ft florocarbon leaders 30 40 lb test. If have to break off. the leader breaks before braid.
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The abrasion resistance is probably the best I have ever seen, and I have been using braid for 10 years now. You can't beat power pro for its strength to line diameter ratio!
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Very high. More attention should be paid to the knot as many knots do not work on braid line.
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Very Good. The strongest line I've ever used.
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This line holds up pretty well to abarasion, but catfish teeth may be a bit much for this line.
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I fish 90% in fresh water,for brook trout. I got 10 lb power pro, and was wondering how often to change the line?I have heard of people using the line for five years in row and it still works!Then I read the questions and answers , and some people say when the coating wears off!How long does that take?I know it depends on how often you use it , but what is the average?
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I am not sure of the time frame involved in the breaking down of this line. I know that it is very durable and will outlast mono. The Power Pro moss green will turn almost a whiteish color after prolong use, but that does not mean the line in going bad. I probably change out my line more often than necessary, but for the money, Power Pro is hard to beat, Good luck
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there is no real average. sun wears it down, water and fish wear it down over time. dont leave it in the sun and use a reel cover and stick jacket when your rod is exposed to sun. this will lengthen the life. brand new 10 lb power pro will pass a straight line pull test on a scale at about 15 lbs or 20 lb. when it gets to break at 10 or below for an unfrayed section it is time to change. i have rigorously fished sufix 832 20 lb in both salt and freshwater for over a year now and it still breaks above 20 lb
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I've used PowerPro for over 10 years, and some of it from the first outfits are STILL in use! I unspooled it from the reel onto a second reel, and then onto a spare spool, and back onto the original reel, so it's reversed. Still works great. I only replace it when it starts getting 'fuzzy' frayed areas, cutting it back to good line. If it gets low on the spool, take it off and add mono backing underneath to bring fill level back up. The color may wear off, but a colored Magic Marker or two makes it any color you want, or 'camo' combo.
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Some lines are very sensitive to UV decay...so if they are exposed to sunlight it can ruin the line quicker. Also the line can get worn down from constant water exposure and can wear from constant structure abrasion. In my personal experience I change line once a season. power pro has the highest abrasion resistance I have ever seen so you should be good to go as long as you change it every year. Changing line every year also gives me the opportunity to clean my gear and regrease bearings in my reels...etc. Hope this helps, and good luck!
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I usually change this line when it starts to fade alot. I mean you can still use it far after that but thats when I change it
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i've used mine for 2 yrs and reverse spooled the line for 2more yrs with no problems if it starts to fray just cut off and keep fishing
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change when it starts fading in color
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Using it in fresh water is easier on the line than salt. It depends on how muck abraision
it is exposed to. 2to3 yrs.
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There's two things that you should look for when you are inspecting your line (And you should inspect your line periodically).

First, check your line for knicks and fraying. There's nothing worse than losing that big fish because your line broke in a weak spot.

Second, look at the color of your line. The lighter the color gets, the older and more vulnerable your line gets.

Good luck, and good fishing!
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