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P-Line Tactical 100% Pure Fluorocarbon
Before you hit the water, prepare to exercise your tactical advantage. Anglers who spool up with P-Line Tactical 100% Pure Fluorocarbon have a definite edge on the rest of the field. With their reels filled with the most advanced pure fluorocarbon fishing line available, crafted in Japan using state-of-the-art raw materials and extrusion technology, they can fish confidently and securely in the knowledge that their line won't let them down. P-Line Tactical is simply the strongest, most durable fluorocarbon available, made for long casts, extreme invisibility, and fighting power. Plus, its unparalleled knot strength and quick sink rate open up a wide range of presentations not possible with blended fluoro lines.
Most advanced pure fluorocarbon line available
Crafted in Japan
State-of-the-art materials and technology
Strong and durable fluorocarbon
Made for long casts with extreme invisibility
Unparalleled knot strength; quick sink rate
Web ID: 165000
Rated 1 out of
Worst line everI bought this line and had some heavy tangles on my it didn’t last more then a week also could feel the line like a washboard not smooth at all
Date published: 2019-08-10
Rated 2 out of
Eman 2 from
Old line, unusableI bought the 8lb, 10lb, 12lb and 14 or
15lb on sale. The 8, 10 and 12 pound lines were very brittle. I took them to a local tackle shop to be sure. He agreed that they were brittle. I had to have it replaced. When I returned the rest of the line on the spool to Bass Pro Shop,
they only refunded me for the unused spool !! So basically I lost money!!!
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 1 out of
Bad lineWithout a doubt the worst line I have bought. I spooled 15 # on my Lews baitcaster. In the 20 casts I made I had one backlash and the rest were uncontrollable line (about 3 to 10 yards). As long as there is tension on the spool the line is controllable. Iin the space of time to switch from my right hand to my left the line jumps off the spool. After every cast I had to peel off line to straighten it out. I bought the line to use on Table Rock Lake for crankbaits. The line is thin and I figured with its sinking properties I would get extra depth. But I quickly realized I would spend a good amount of fishing time trying to straighten my line.
I have been fishing for 60 years and used every type of line imaginable. As I said this by far the most uncontrolled line I have ever encountered. I would hate to see what would happen if I spooled the line on a spinning reel. I’m sure the first cast would be okey. But subsequent casts would produce nothing but wind knots.
It’s a waste of money!
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 5 out of
Best Flouro you can buyP-Line Tactical is the absolute best fluorocarbon that I have ever used. It cast extremely well, has great knot strength and is ridiculously strong.
Date published: 2019-05-19
Rated 5 out of
duck dogExcellent line for trout fishing in clear mountain streams. Disappears completely. I fish p-line for a lot of different fish it is a great line.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 1 out of
yes I do know how to spool a reelI bought this line hoping it would be great because it's one of the most expensive. I was wrong. While spooling 12lb the line was knotting and after a long time getting it out i tried casting. It knotted again and I had to cut it. I also happened to have bought 15lb and the same thing happened. I've spooled other lines with ease and now two of my best set ups have blood knots keeping the line together. Total retail is almost $55 wasted on line. Is there any way to get a refund?
Date published: 2019-05-03
Rated 3 out of
PLine is Good, This Fluoro Not For Me.I do love PLine. I use other formulations for specific techniques/applications and it has performed well. I bought the Tactical 100% Pure in 8lb for a baitcaster. I opened up the box and then didn't bother to even spool it, here's why. I've been looking to get a Fluoro line for some time for a crankbait setup and then also get higher test for pitching jigs and T-rigs, also with a baitcaster. The two lines I've been totally happy with so far for these applications have been Trilene Big Game and Sufix Advance Mono. Not too expensive, durable, and a lot less stretch than standard mono or any copoly/blend that I've used so far. I wanted to upgrade to Fluoro to take advantage of it's better sinking rate, nearly being invisible under water, and it's low stretch factor. BPS/Cabelas had this on sale 50% off, I'm thinking what a deal, so I bought two spools. When I opened the spool and pulled a small amount off to see how much it stretched.... well, it stretched, I mean stretched way more than Big Game or Advanced. This stretched as much as any cheaper mono line. Now people say fluoro doesn't stretch, but all fluoro stretches just a bit. On a scale of 1 to 10, Braid is 0, Fluoro is 2-3, most monos 6-8, Advanced and Big Game 4-5. This stuff was around a 6 to 8. It was springy and had too much give. For the cost I'm happy to stick with Advanced and Big Game since I like to respool often. Now as I said, PLine is a fine product. This particular line just isn't going to suit my needs.
Date published: 2019-04-13
Rated 5 out of
Invisible underwaterI use this for leader. Use 6 pound test for trout. Works great. I found in the past I had to use 2 pound test leader and yes you lose big fish. No more as the line did not break and you catch lots of fish. I may try 8 or 10 pound for brown trout and 10 or 12 pound for walleye and bass maybe even maybe bigger. So far it is a game changer.