PowerPro Super 8 Slick V2 Microfilament Braid

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$23.99 - $49.99
Item No.: F17362
$23.99 - $49.99

Product Details

Product Details

Please Note: This item is not available for order outside of the United States.


For a whole new level of toughness, use PowerPro Super 8 Slick V2 Microfilament Braid! Utilizing a new eight-end, dense weave construction with Enhanced Body Technology (EBT) coating, you can expect smooth and silent casting. Increased abrasion resistance provides you with the power to rip through heavy cover with the same force as traditional braids. With its unequaled sensitivity and hook setting power, you'll be able to feel the smallest strikes and set your hook with confidence. It works great on conventional or spinning reels, so there's no reason not to try PowerPro Super 8 Slick V2 Microfilament Braid!


  • Made with 100% Spectra fiber
  • Microfilament braided fishing line
  • Re-engineered for toughness
  • Smooth, silent, tough
  • Dense weave construction with EBT coating
  • Enhanced Body Technology (EBT) - roundest, smoothest casting
  • Unequaled sensitivity and hook setting power
  • Qty. per Pack: 1

The PowerPro Super 8 Slick V2 Microfilament Braid is made in the U.S.A.



TestDiameterMono Equivalent
8 lb.0.005 in.1 lb.
10 lb.0.006 in.2 lb.
15 lb.0.008 in.4 lb.
20 lb.0.009 in.6 lb.
30 lb.0.011 in.8 lb.
40 lb.0.012 in.10 lb.
50 lb.0.014 in.12 lb.
65 lb.0.016 in.16 lb.
80 lb.0.017 in.18 lb.

Save your money!!

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I had purchased many spools of Power Pro braided fishing line and I was very disappointed in the outcome in using it. do a lot of fishing with slip bobbers and just about every rod I had the Power Pro line on would end up getting tangled up with bobber and such then it is game over as you can't get it untangled you end up re-doing the whole rigging again. I bought all new line will not buy Power Pro again for my use. Needless to say I am not a happy camper with Power Pro fishing line..

Pretty smooth and slick line, casts well

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This is a very smooth limp superbraid line. It slips through your rod's guides like greased lightning, so at least psychologically may provide you with confidence that you are getting the farthest casting distance possible. Most of your regular superbraid line knots will slip (due to this lines smooth finish) so some experimentation will be required to ensure you are secure. Somebody told me: 'if you don't know how to tie knots, tie lots' - this definitely applies here. Nevertheless, I've used several strengths on spinning reels and it worked fine.