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 48
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
Rated 5 out of 5
by Chris1995 best string on the market!
i got this string in 8lb test it works great i havent had a fish snap it yet and ive had a few over ten pounds on it the only thing i dont like is that its 200 yards but it doesnt really matter
May 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by BigDawgBassmaster Good line for the price
At first I was a bit reluctant to try this line because of the low price, but given Stren's reputation I decided to give it a try. For the price, it's a fairly supple line. No problems spooling 12lb line on my spinning reels, and the 15-17lb lines provide good abrasion resistance. It's a great line for someone looking to try fluorocarbon, but doesn't want to pay too much. Tying a Eugene Slip knot, I have yet to lose a fish due to knot failure or line abrasion. Also works great as leader material. One disadvantage to the line is it's longevity. The Fluorocast handles great out of the box, but loses its consistency and suppleness a slight bit after about a dozen outings (still holds its strength, though). But at half the price of most fluorocarbon lines, it's not a bad trade-off. It's a good choice for tournament anglers who re-spool often.
April 9, 2012
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