Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon Line
Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon Line is a high performance line designed for a wide range of fishing applications whether it is on a spinning or baitcasting reel. The added strength and high abrasion resistance makes it great for fishing stumps, weeds, or sunken brush with confidence. Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon features a triple resin coating making it an easy handling line that is supple and extra limp, giving it great castability as well as low memory. Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon line features a lower diameter giving you greater sensitivity as well as greater lure control.
The 2 - 5 lb tests are ideal for light line anglers, while 5 - 7 lb tests are popular with finesse bass anglers, and the 7 lb is the optimal size for spinning reels.
- Abrasion resistant line is reliable and efficient
- Ideal for spinning or casting tackle
- Sunline's most versatile fluorocarbon line
- Triple resin coating for suppleness
- Case for 660 yd. spool has a built-in line feeder and line cutter
|3 lbs.||0.006 in.||0.148 mm|
|4 lbs.||0.006 in.||0.165 mm|
|5 lbs.||0.007 in.||0.190 mm|
|6 lbs.||0.008 in.||0.205 mm|
|7 lbs.||0.009 in.||0.219 mm|
|8 lbs.||0.009 in.||0.235 mm|
|10 lbs.||0.010 in.||0.260 mm|
|12 lbs.||0.011 in.||0.285 mm|
|14 lbs.||0.012 in.||0.310 mm|
|16 lbs.||0.013 in.||0.330 mm|
|20 lbs.||0.014 in.||0.370 mm|
|30 lbs.||0.0171 in.||0.435 mm|
Ratings & Reviews
by Alaska Mike -
Strong line to diameter. Very abrasion resistant
by Burd -
Best Fluorocarbon line I've used , strong and easy to manage. I don't even bother trying other Fluorocarbon any more ,I just go right to Sunline.
Worth the cost
by Burd -
A great fluorocarbon line.Put 14# test on my Lew's bait caster. Casts a mile , easy to manipulate , strong.
Sunline Super FC Sniper Is The Best
by Dogfather -
Through a lot of trial and error, I have pretty much used all the major flurocarbons in lighter lines out there. Sunline Super FC Sniper without a doubt is the best I have used so far.. It has a small diameter, is supple, and is very strong. I gave up on fluro's for a while, as they always seemed to break so much easier than mono. The secret to using any fluro, as I have found out the hard way,, is don't use your typical mono knots. One of the best knots I have found for fluro was on You Tube. It is the Shaw Grigsby Best Knot for Flurocarbon. it is a little bulky, but you won't have many line failures because of the knot, if tied right. Once you master it it is easy to tie. The other knot I use can be found on You Tube as well- Quest For The Perfect Snell- it is a great tutorial for a true snell knot. Then to tie my fluro to braid (I like to use a longer topshot of fluro) I use a Crazy Alberto Knot (A version of a Modified Albright). Stick with those knots on this fluro (for that matter any fluro) and you will end up with less line failures. As the Rod Stewart song says "I Wish I Knew What I Know Now". .
by Reiningfish -
I use FC Sniper in 7-20# for all fluorocarbon applications. Strong, low stretch, low memory...Works.