P-Line Floroclear Fluorocarbon Coated Line
P-Line Floroclear Fluorocarbon Coated Line offers the flexibility and smoothness of copolymer with the underwater refraction and low memory qualities of fluorocarbon. With a diameter that is 30% smaller than other lines, P-Line Floroclear offers excellent casting ability, knot strength, durability, and it is very forgiving. Try P-line Floroclear Line when you're looking for a stealthy presentation. Whether you're using a spinning reel or a casting reel, P-Line Fluoroclear Coated Line performs! Why settle for one or the other when you can have the best of both products built into one superior fishing line!
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Ratings & Reviews
Great line, must have
This flourocarbon is a lot more flexible than any other I have ever used. I use it for leaders in the 6 lb. test for ice fishing, and the 10 lb. test for casting for smaller gamefish. Walleye, bass, and the like. I use a heavier flourocarbon leader material for toothy Pike, and Musky. This line turns invisible in the water. Priceless.
Great line must have !!!
by Kid Cleveland -
I used P-Line Floroclear for about 4 years and It has not failed me yet caught 10lbs walleyes on 6 lbs would tell everyone to try in, you will like it.
I catch more fish.
by Old Tireman
I made the switch this summer from Trilene XL and haven't looked back. I first became aware of it last spring right after the PA trout opener. A guy can into the local shop for more wax worms. Seems he was out-catching his buddies by 2-1 in the local stream and the only difference between their gear and bait was his P-Clear line. I use 4#, mostly drifting small live baits and small plastics under a Trout Magnet float and have had awesome success. It's on all my reels.
by Skifflakejimmy -
I really like this line. Nearly invisible. Out fished my buddy 3 to 1
Good price BUT breaks very easily
by salmon slayer -
I bought this in the 12# and 15# to make leaders for Brown Trout trolling. So far in a few outings ive had 2 break offs (on loose drags). And after each trip, every leader out of 6 rods needs to be changed out because of the knicks/chaffing the line has absorbed. It is junk!
the best for surf fishing
one of the best for the price
2nd best line on the market
by River Brown
I am an UL purist, and am very picky about my line because I need the line to grant me maximum strength. There are two brands/makes of line I use, and two only. This PLine Floroclear is the 2nd best line on the market for the type of fishing I do. #2 and #3 has landed me plenty of fish over the rated strength of the line, and I have never broke off a fish. I have broke the line, but only on snags and hang-ups (which can be expected with light line). When I first was introduced to this line I was a bit skeptical, because I am a mono guy plain and simple. I was told Floroclear is the best of both worlds. I bought a spool of #3. Practicing the strength of the line at home before spooling up, I noticed that the floro coating is a bit slick, and a clinch knot may not hold tight. I have been using a 7 wrap Uni(slip) exclusively and been satisfied. Hands down this is the best floro alternative on the market. (The only other line I will spool on a reel is Maxima Ultragreen #3.)
GREAT SMOOTH EASY CASTING LINE
by RIVER FLOAT FISHER -
GREAT LINE FOR CLEAR WATER CONDITIONS
by ron -
worked well on the Delaware River in low, clean water for trout and walleye
The best mono fishing line I've used!
by Tim -
This is the best main line mono I've used. I fish exstensively for Salmon in both Lake Ontario and it's tributaries. This line is strong and invisible. The spawning runs are particularly hard on line but this stuff really holds up well. Great for Walleyes also. My fishing buddies have all swithed to P-Line Floroclear after seeing how well it worked for me. They all swear by it now. I use it on level-wind and spinning reels equally well.
by Goalieman -
Much nicer line that even premium monofilament.
by DaveAndy -
I switched from monofilament line to the florline. I filled my spinning reel with all this line and eliminated the task of tying leaders on. What a difference. I started getting more hits and this line is super strong that I haven't had a break yet while fighting those mighty steelhead fish.
flerocarbon line difference
i use fluro line to fish for bass. it works great with a spider jig and a purple gulp bait.. it casts well and it definitely gives me an advantage.. i feel strongly about the line and i primarily use this on all of my reels.
P-Line Floroclear line
by Capt'n Ron -
Most florocarbons are stiff and have memory, both not very adventageous if you are using spinning gear. This line has an added copolymer that adds flexibility, knot strength and reduced memory. So, it is one of the most "castable" of the lines that profess to have the same reflectivity as water. Capt'n Ron
by bayfisher -
Very high quality line. Here is a tip for loading a spinning reel with new line. After filling the reel, pull out about 200 feet on a park lawn or beach, and set the end down. Then reel it all back in while pinching just beyond the reel. This allows the line to untwist as it comes back in. Otherwise, you are going to get bird nests as you cast.
I would buy this very good product again
by Larry Knot @ work. -
I can use it in salt water & also in the lake!
Good for Steelhead Leader
by Grady Traver -
I use this for steelhead leader. Good line, like most other leaders, the failure is usually in the knots.
great line will buy again
by cabbage -
used this line for steelhead fishing. Caught more fish with this line, less breakoffs. The invisibility of this line is great.