PowerPro® Super Slick Braid Fishing Line - 150 Yards

   

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Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

10

Model:
31100100150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

15

Model:
31100150150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

20

Model:
31100200150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

30

Model:
31100300150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

40

Model:
31100400150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

50

Model:
31100500150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

65

Model:
31100650150Y

Hi-Vis Yellow

150 Yards

80

Model:
31100800150Y

Aqua Green

150 Yards

10

Model:
31100100150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

15

Model:
31100150150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

20

Model:
31100200150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

30

Model:
31100300150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

40

Model:
31100400150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

50

Model:
31100500150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

65

Model:
31100650150Q

Aqua Green

150 Yards

80

Model:
31100800150Q

Timber Brown

150 Yards

10

Model:
31100100150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

15

Model:
31100150150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

20

Model:
31100200150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

30

Model:
31100300150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

40

Model:
31100400150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

50

Model:
31100500150T

Timber Brown

150 Yards

65

Model:
31100650150T
  • Built for the advanced angler  
  • Also ideal for first-time braid users  
  • Eight Spectra® fiber carriers are braided together
  • Extremely strong and castable
  • Reduced friction
  • Better overall line management  

The most exceptional braid yet from PowerPro! Built for the advanced angler, Power Pro Super Slick Braid Fishing Line is also ideal for the first-time braid user due to its user-friendly design. Eight Spectra fiber carriers are braided under high tension to deliver extreme strength and castability, reduced friction, improved roundness, and better overall line management. Passes almost silently through rod guides. Made in USA.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not up to my expcectations. I purchased both the 20lb 300 yard spool and the 30lb 150 yard spool. I used the 30lb on my Offshore Angler Brawler Trophy Spinning Rod paired with my Offshore Angler Frigate FG5000 Spinning Reel. After only one day of fishing the 30lb started to fray in multiple spots. Unfortunately I did not notice until my line snapped twice. I removed and spooled back up with regular 30lb Power Pro braid. I will be doing the same with the 20lb. The reason for 2 stars is that it did cast very well, but what good is that If the line breaks? March 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Just Don't Trust It Twice I've had this line snap midway through my rod. Both times producing a large, chinese finger trap looking tube to each of the line tear. I've moistened the line in case it was too dry after the first tear only for it to happen again. I won't risk using it on fish anymore because I don't want fish with yards of fishing line swimming around. Wouldn't seem right. I'll chalk this up as a loss. March 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best braided line on the market Bought to pair with stradic cI4+ 2500 and its so smooth and cast a mile. Beats spiderwire with ease great braid for largemouth bass fishing no wind knots like other braid. Ill buy again and again. March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by my only braided line now I have tried a lot of different braided line. Some of them I was ok with, some not so much. That was till I tried the super 8...this is MY line now. I don't have to keep looking any more. It does not make noise going thru the guides, it gets a fewer wind knots... and when it does, the knots come out easily. October 21, 2013
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.36mm or 12# mono
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50 pound braid line diameter is .014", same as 12# test mono.
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How does the color last. Does it fade quickly? Timber or Green
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The color is already extremely light out of the package, making it highly visible to fish. In other words, it's hard to tell whether it's fading because it's already so light to begin with...
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I have used this and found that it will fade some but that didn't impact the strength or fish ability of the line. There are much worse lines out there for fading. The Timber is still Timber and Aqua Green is light to start...........enjoy!!!!
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I have been using Green. It is not the same as the normal Power Pro. It's a bit lighter. The color does fade a little bit, but not much in the past year. I have been fishing this line 3 times a week minimum for a year, so I fish it hard. I have noticed that the braid is starting to lose some of it's finish and it's not as smooth anymore.
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I used the regular lines for a couple of years before trying the Slick line. The first difference was that is smoother to the touch and and quieter going through the guides when casting. When a big red is running and ripping drag, the line is much smoother going through the guides, no 'braid line singing" or vibration. Strength is the same, never a problem. Second difference is you have to be more careful with your splice knot with fluorocarbon leader. I use a Crazy Alberto knot and could get good grip with six or seven wraps on the original line. With Slick line I have to use nine or ten wraps to get good grip on the leader. I've never lost a fish because of knot failure, but I had to test several dozen different versions to find the best combination. Good fisning!
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Braid is notorious for digging into itself on the reel; almost like Velcro touching Velcro. This braid is coated with stuff that is supposed to prevent that from happening, making it easier for the line to fly off the reel when casting.
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Slicker. Has more strands and they are smaller so there is less resistance going thru the rod guides. Cuts thru the water with less noise than the same size old Power Pro. Casts alot farther.
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After testing, Slick 8 apears to cast easier.There is less drag off the spool and in the air. Target casting is improved and also distance is increased. I have not experienced the wind knots like with the previous Power Pro design.
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The main difference is the smothness and strongness
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its alot smoother line and stronger!
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The old powerpro uses 4 strands braided together and felt pretty rough through the eyes. This new Powerpro super slick uses 8 strands braided together and is much smoother on the cast or retrieve. The 8 strands also keep the line rounder, so It doesn't dig into itself as easily.
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smoother and better flow of the reel..
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