Sunline Super Natural Monofilament Line

14 Reviews
$7.99 to $49.99
SKU: F10853
$7.99 to $49.99

Details

Sunline Super Natural Monofilament Line is a high-performance line designed for a wide range of fishing applications. Super Natural is supple and easy to handle, extra limp, perfect for use on all spinning and casting reels. Super Natural features Sunline's original UV-R processing for maximum protection against UV rays and long life. Super Natural Monofilament Fishing Line has the perfect mix of strength and durability and retains a high knot strength. This line has a moderate stretch, which minimizes excessive shock, and its round shape makes for excellent castability.


  • Supple and extra limp, for use on all spinning and casting reels
  • Original UV-R processing for maximum protection against UV rays
  • Strong and durable
  • Retains a high knot strength
  • Moderate stretch resistance



Test (lb.)Diameter (in.)Diameter (mm)Filler Spool (yds.)Bulk Spool (yds.)
40.0060.1653303330
60.0080.2053303330
80.0090.2353303330
100.0100.2603303330
120.0110.2853303330
140.0120.3103303330
160.0130.3303303330
200.0150.3703303330

Ratings & Reviews

14 reviews

10/23/2013 12:00:00 am

Super mono!

by John -

BOGO offer from Sunline and FishUSA is the best.

10/24/2013 12:00:00 am

So far so good

by XtopwaterkingX -

So far line has held up. Stays limp an few break offs. Pretty good test to diameter ratio also

11/3/2013 12:00:00 am

Love this line

by Steve -

I use this line for stream trout fishing as well as bass fishing in local lakes. I favor the 4 lb test line which casts smoothly and has a smaller diameter than most other lines. I have fewer break offs and the knots snug down securely.

9/23/2010 12:00:00 am

Great Line

by Michael -

Used to swear by Trilene XL because I find limpness of line to be very important. After snapping the line on hook set a couple of times with Trilene, I switched to this Japanese line. It's limp and strong. Excellent line at a good price.

6/29/2012 12:00:00 am

great line for topwater

by Bassfann -

Sunline is great line I like the dark green for mono that I can identify easy. For topwater and crankbaits. Has a little more strech than Fcarbon and wont lose as many fish on hard baits. Join propatterns and watch pros on tour prefishing. It will help you all.ThanksBob Mings mercury pro team / Phoenix boats / Eberlin Marine / Pro Patterns / [@]

11/8/2010 12:00:00 am

Best mono ever

by Gene -

So far is the best line I have ever used!

9/21/2012 12:00:00 am

Good strong thin diameter line

by Bigg Bass Bentley -

I fish for largemouth in local lakes, and for sea trout in the Sw Florida Gulf

7/31/2011 12:00:00 am

Best Monofilament for light spinning

by Riverron -

I've used Sunline for nearly a year, casting 1/32 to 1/16 oz jigs for perch and crappies from shore, canoe, and small boat. It has been very manageable and virtually tangle free. That is why I purchased more Sunline, even though it costs a bit more than many other popular monos.

11/9/2011 12:00:00 am

The best

by Gene -

I have been fishing for 55 years and this monofilament line is without a doubt the best by far! i

4/9/2012 12:00:00 am

Great Line

by Fish On! rodbuilder -

Seems like a great line. Will Know more by summers end. May be my new go to line.

4/17/2012 12:00:00 am

Pretty good

by bogeyjoker -

Great castability, low memory and easy to handle. However, using it with a spring float, I was a bit disappointed in the abrasion resistance of it. The line thinned a great deal where the float was attached and broke a couple of times. I've never seen this happen with other lines. I ended up adding a 4' section of fluoro leader to protect it. Otherwise, I really like this line.

4/19/2012 12:00:00 am

Sunline

by Oskol -

Very strong,low memory, and good knot strength

6/9/2012 12:00:00 am

Sunline 16# super mono

by barry -

Haven't used to fish yet, but the knots seem to be strong and the line seems to be subtle.

7/28/2018 12:00:00 am

Great trolling horrible abrasive resistance

by Stephen4 -

I have used this for trolling in Lake Erie and it has been great. I also put it in my casting rods thinking it would be good since the line does cast well but casting cranks in the rocks beat up the line worse than any line I have ever used. Cut off and retied every time I changed lures and lost my favorite crank to a small bass that never should have broke off when it jumped. I will be taking this line off every reel that is not for trolling.