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P-Line Tactical Fluorocarbon Line

4 Reviews
$19.99 to $29.99
SKU: F14086
$19.99 to $29.99

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P-Line Tactical Fluorocarbon Line was designed using new technologies in raw-material and extrusion. Not only is this line one of the strongest and most durable available, but long-casting capabilities and a completely invisible presentation makes it an excellent choice for any situation. Using P-Line Tactical Fluorocarbon line, you'll have an extreme advantage over other anglers and fish alike!

Take the good with the bad

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The line coils up and flies off of the reel and keeps the memory of the reel spool during the drift. Caught an 8+ pound rainbow and pulled in many snags on 6 pound test.

Less twist and longer lasting.

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It may be because it was fresh line but this lasted and kept it's strength. I made 4 trips to the lake with the same line on the spool. I caught over 70 Yellow Perch and 5 Lake Trout with the same line. One Lake Trout was 23 inches,and the others were 20 to 16 inches. I did not re tie as often as I usually do. I have tried many fluorocarbons cheap and expensive. This was most manageable for me. I was using a 3000 spinning reel and a light action rod 7ft2" rated for4 to 8 lb line. When I spool my line I put a bolt through the line spool and stick the end of the bolt in a vise. Then I tie to the reel and crank it on snugly.

Correcting previous review

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In my previous review I only gave it 2stars because of excess what I called curling and weakness after catching a few fish. Well after the review I found the glass was missing from the rod tip eye. Was lucky my line hadn't been cut. Repaired the eye,the line is now what I expected of it - a good product.

P-Line

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I just bought two spools of six pound test and two of the eight pound test for walleye fishing. After catching a few small fish line want to wrap around the tip of my pole. I also had a hard time making several different knots to stay and when I did the line would break with a small pull to set the knot. First walleye of the year about six pounder just got the net out and knot slipped through, so don't waste your money or time.