P-Line Shinsei Fluorocarbon Leader Material
P-Line Shinsei Fluorocarbon Leader Material is not like other fluorocarbon lines. Not all fluorocarbons are created equal. To produce the perfect fluorocarbon, you have to start with the best raw materials attainable, which is the foundation for P-Line's new Shinsei fluorocarbon. By using the purest, cleanest fluorocarbon crystals available, P-Line has produced the most invisible fluorocarbon on the market. After spending tireless hours in research and development with a team of Japanese engineers, P-Line has developed the perfect combination of strength, stretch, and durability. The end result is a product which will absorb shock, while having the attributes needed for tying the perfect leader or creating the ultimate top shot. Whether you're fishing for huge tuna or stealthy steelhead, Shinsei is the ultimate choice for leader material.
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Ratings & Reviews
Tough fluorocarbon line!!
by Fisherjim -
Tried this on steelhead and rainbows last year and it surpassed any fluro leader I have used. The 10# easily handled several 15# steelhead and the 6# worked well on rainbows. The leader was a little stiffer than some others I have used so had to watch for the hook knot loosening up.
not to shabby
by yen -
Besides it doesn't knot well it down the job
P-Line Shinsei 15#
by Cala -
Just started using this line tied to power pro on local Southern Cal in shore fishing. I noticed it tend to become opaque after pulling on a few sandbass. Still testing.
P Line performs
by Steelhead Chilli -
I always prefer P line for tippet and leader material. It is simply the best. Used it for big fish up to 30lbs and cold weather, no problems.
Great leader material for trolling
by Wifinlander -
I switched over to P-line Shinsel last year for my leader material on all of my trolling rods. This stuff is great and have yet to break off. 30lb is user friendly when it comes to tying knots, 40 and 50lb starts to become a little more difficult. Only down side is the length of the spool. 27yrds is enough to put leaders on 3-4 rods since I use extremely long leaders.