Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 293
Rated 1 out of 5 by dylan horible
this is the worst flourocarbon line ever. on the reel spool it cuts its self. so when you feel it and it feels bad take it off
July 16, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vols Fishereman Great Line!
This line is great if you know how to tie knots and have a quality reel. If you break off fish with this line, don't blame the line, it's your bad knots. If you have a problem with spooling on a spinning reel, invest in a good reel. Even the best line can't make a piece of junk reel work better!
July 16, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5 by Willis Not for spinning reels!
I bought this line for crappie fishing. I use 6lb test. The line spooled on nice, but oh the memory...it is terrible! The line does have a high tensile strength, but constantly spools off on a cast resulting in the worst birds nest! If you're planning light tackle, I'd recommend Silver Thread AN40, it's a copolymer and holds up just as good (strenght wise) and it has very little memory!
July 10, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by skeeter944 Great line if you are serious about fishing
Ok, first off, this is a great fluorocarbon line. I have used lb tests ranging from 8-20lb test over the last 8 months and I have never broken off a fish. Thsi is not a line for recreational fishermen who cant tie knots, this line is very sensative about that. I also retie alot, that helps alot with the breakage issue. This line is great for slow moving lures like any soft plastic or for jigs. Sine this line is nearly invisible, it is possible to fish a heavier size fluoro than the size mono you would have used. I like 17lb-20lb for heavier jigs and soft plastics, and 8-10 for finesse stuff. Another thing, this line doesnt have less stretch than mono, it sinks so there is less slack than mono. Also, it stretches slower than mono. One thing that I have seen is people that fish this line set the hook way to hard with it. All that is needed is a simple sweep set, like with a Carolina Rig. I use mono for flipping though, it absorbs more shock than fluoro. This fluoro is very sensative and abrasion resistent. It is easy to use on a baitcast reel, but with a spinning reel, it is a bit wild at first. Definitly go and get some of this line, it will make you a better fishermen if you use it correctly.
July 3, 2007