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Berkley FireLine Braid Braided Line for Ultralight Fishing

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Berkley FireLine Braid for Ultralight Fishing

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

– Retail price is about $15.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1 – 6 lb. diameter line.

 

 

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Product Specifications

Berkley’s Fireline Braided line is designed specifically to provide flawless performance on casting and spinning reels.  Unlike other braided lines, Fireline offers all of the high end characteristics of the original Fireline: smooth feel, easy casting, high durability, and ultra sensitivity.  The revolutionary construction of the new Fireline makes it round, smooth, and easy to cast.  It will also not lose its dye like previous models, and most other types of braided lines will do.  The high level of sensitivity is perfect when you are pitching bushes and fall-down timber, as well as when you’re trolling ledges, casting jigs, crankbaits, or a wide range of soft plastic lures.  All of these properties make Berkley Fireline an excellent choice on ultralight spinning reels.  It doesn’t maintain a line memory like some other braids will, which makes it fall off the UL spool effortlessly and helps to prevent wind knots or bird’s nests when you’re retrieving the line back onto the spool.

What I Think

While most ultralight anglers may not want to put braided line onto their reel in order to maintain that “purist” aspect of the sport, the facts remain that braid is excellent when it’s paired with an ultralight reel.  The high level of sensitivity combined with the extremely low diameter means that you can get more line onto your reel and still maintain a strong level of feel and accuracy in your casts, and during the retrieve.  Because the new Fireline will not lose its dye you do not have to worry about turning green or red when you get the spool wet, either.

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