Stren® Fluorocast™ Fishing Line
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- Smooth-casting fluorocarbon
- Supple as mono
- High density to resist floating
- Zero absorption
- Extremely low stretch for great sensitivity
- Excellent knot strength
The smooth-casting fluorocarbon—supple as mono, yet retains all the great qualities of a true, non-coated fluoro line: invisibility, high density to resist floating, zero absorption, and extremely low stretch for great sensitivity. Excellent knot strength, too. Color: Clear.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 46
Rated 1 out of 5 by kostro junk
respooled 4 of my rods this spring with 8lb test . I lost 4 jigs before i relized the the line strenth was about equal to 2 lbs test . memory isnt that great either.called the company and they want me to send them what I have left to test it.
July 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by DirtMerchant Great Value (from an Amateur's perspective)
For an amateur fisherman, this stuff is great. I used Palomar knots exclusively during a week-long trip in Minnesota. Out of about 50 knots, I only had two breakages while hand-testing the line, and I was not wetting the knots before cinching.
We were fishing through a lot of weeds, but not around logs or hard brush, so I can't say much about the abrasion resistance.
I can say that I never lost a fish due to line breakage. However, the biggest fish I caught was only 3.5lbs, and the line was 8lb test.
July 7, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by PikeMike POOR STRENGTH
I bought the 17/lb florocast line. Breaks very easy. I used by fish scale to see at what lb line would break. This 17/lb line broke 5 trys at about 5-7lbs. Then did the same with 12/lb HiSeas line and it broke at around 15/bs. Don't get the Stren unless you like losing big fish.
June 27, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by easternshore Poor Abrasion Resistence
i will start off by saying this particular line (17#) is one of the smoothest coming off the reel. I appreciate its smooth castability, however this line has zero abrasion resistence. Most of my bass fishing is flipping/pitching heavy cover/wood and the fluorocast just can't hold up. The slightest nicks and cuts develop in the line from just bumpinig wood, resulting in more break-offs than i have ever had with any other line.
This may be a great line for cranking, but for jigs and soft plastics in heavy cover, i would look elsewhere!
May 22, 2012
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