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P-Line CXX Monofilament Line for Ultralight Fishing

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P-Line CXX Nylon Monofilament Line for Ultralight Fishing

– Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $8.

– For ultralight fishing, use 2 – 6 lb. test.

 

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Product Specifications

P-Line develops their products to help overcome challenges that all anglers face, from ultralight to deep sea anglers:  to provide the best, most reliable products on the fishing market.  Ultralight anglers, especially, have long had problems dealing with line twists, knotting, nicks in the line, poor visibility, and a wide range of other problems that P-Line hopes to fix with their CXX series of lines.  Anglers around the world have fallen in love with the high end properties of the CXX lines.  Whether you’re a trout fisherman, panfish angler or tournament pro bass fisherman you’ll love these properties, as well.  The copolymer design gives bass anglers the edge they need in stained water, trout anglers the invisible properties they need to prevent spooking fish in ultra-clear rivers and streams, and saltwater anglers the durability they need to pull in big fish on ultralight line.

What I Think

Not all ultralight fishing lines are created equal.  That is what P-Line set out to overcome when they developed their CXX series of fishing lines.  The typical problems that ultralight anglers face, from line twists, knots, and other issues, P-Line wanted to clear them up and develop a line that would become an ultralight anglers “go-to” line.  CXX is available in 2lb, 4lb, and 6lb test lines in either a moss green color or a natural clear color, depending on which types of water you will be fishing in most often.  Take the time to give the CXX lines from P-Line a shot the next time you are spooling up your reels.

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