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Power Pro Spectra Braided Line for UL Fishing

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Power Pro Spectra Braided Line for Ultralight Fishing

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

– Retail price is about $20.

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

 

 

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Product Specifications

When it comes to using braided line on ultralight rods and reels you are going to be hard pressed to find a line that works as good, as consistently as Power Pro’s Spectra braid.  It is practically bulletproof in its design, utilizing the same space age materials that bulletproof vests and other protective gear is made from.  The tiny filaments of super strong material are braided together to produce an extremely strong, extremely thin line that provides you with a high lb test tensile and knot strength, as well as easy castability while still maintaining your casting accuracy.  The smooth line won’t gouge into your line guides like other braids will, and will actually help get your casts out further than traditional flattened braid lines.  The round design allows Power Pro’s Spectra to lay onto your spool much easier and come off without retaining a memory, which can cause wind knots, line twists, and nasty bird’s nests.

What I Think

Using braided line on your ultralight gear is a great way to get greater casting distance, as well as superior line strength for the same, or smaller diameter than what you would get with a same lb test rated monofilament or fluorocarbon.  The small diameter makes Power Pro’s Spectra braid incredibly limp which helps to impart a realistic, lifelike presentation to your baits and lures but still helps you retain a high level of sensitivity so that you can feel even the lightest bites from line weary species such as trout, crappie, salmon, and other saltwater species.

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