PowerPro® Super Slick Braid Fishing Line - 300 Yards
- 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
Rated 4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 Disappointed First time using this brand of braided line. We have used other brands that worked better. This particular braided line has a tendency to knot up. We have used it three times, and twice it developed a messy knot on the spool. The line does cast very well before that happens, though. May 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by boilermaker Another great Power Pro line I loved original power pro line until I spooled this line on my spinning reel and WOW, I don't have the wind knot issues with the old braid and don't seem to have the same amount of line twist either. The only downside is the aqua color is a little bit bright for fishing clear/ slight stain water, but put some black marker on the end and you're in business. May 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by horsedrj Great Line Been using this to fish for hybrids and white bass in the Ohio river' cast great off a spinning real, no memory. Rocks do tend to burr up the end, caught about ten fish, cut and retied. Do the same with mono but i will be sticking with this line! April 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jerry2 Smoother than regular braid I find this Super Slick to be much smoother than regular braid, and therefore causes less friction on the rod guides. It seems to be less likely to get wind knots. April 16, 2013
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A:I wrap my spool once with Teflon tape and the get the line wet in the sink prior to spooling. The in spool it really tight.
A:The line does absorb water and seems neutral after a few casts. It may float due to surface tension initially, but will sink slowly after becoming wet.
A:NO! This line sinks like fluoro, one disadvantage to most braids is that they don't sink (quickly) this particular line does that it says it sinks quicker than most so if your looking for a floating or slow sinking line this isn't your line.
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