Power Pro is a braided fishing line that offers superior strength, durability and castability. Braided line is one of the most significant technological advancements in fishing. Braided line possesses characteristics that make it an excellent choice for specific fishing techniques. Most commonly anglers employ braided line when flipping/punching, frog fishing, or used as a main line with a fluorocarbon leader. Braided line possesses low stretch, high strength, and extreme durability. We offer the 150yd spool of Power Pro Braided Line in six sizes: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 65lb test.
What is the PowerPro Advantage
PowerPro's unique composition and EBT give you a line that is:Rounder and more compact
- Won't bury in the spool
- Spools and packs better on any reel
- Picks up less water
- Has unbelievable strength-to-size ratio
- Reduces wind knots, backlashes, guide and rod tip wraps
- Ties more easily and holds knots better
- Near zero stretch
- No reel memory
- Sails effortlessly through guides for longer casts
- Won't cut guides
- Resists abrasion by equipment or natural hazards
- Maintains performance over time
Braided Line Technological Advancements
Older, first-generation superlines were made of abrasive aramids that could cut rod guides and take a toll on equipment. PowerPro solves these problems through super slick, non-abrasive Spectra Fiber composition and unique EBT processing. Other complaints about superlines arose simply because the technology was so new, and few people knew how to take proper advantage of it.
Should I Use Braided Line?
In addition to enhancing your enjoyment and increasing your catch, PowerPro slightly changes the way you set up for a day of fishing. PowerPro works great with any kind of reel, so you don't need any special equipment. Still, switching from mono to PowerPro is like trading your fly swatter in for a two-by-four: it takes a little care to get used to all that extra power!
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov