PowerPro Braided Line, Red, 300-yd. Spool
Made with ultra-strong braided Spectra Fiber
Comes spooled and ready to use
Built-in cutter for easy use
Package protects remaining line
E-Z Spool design makes spooling a breeze
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A blend of old-fashioned fishing knowledge and the newest technologies, Power Pro Fishing Line is strong, smooth, and sensitive. PowerPro braided fishing line comes in a variety of colors for each specific fishing application. Made with ultra-strong braided Spectra Fiber and Enhanced Body Technology for less wind knots, better retrieves, and longer casts. Comes spooled and ready to use directly from the box. Built-in cutter for easy use. Package protects remaining line. Arbor tape included. E-Z Spool design makes spooling a breeze.
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Q:Say I'm fishing from shore with a 7' medium-heavy action rod with a spinning reel to match on the Mississippi River right below a roller dam. And say my target species is trophy-sized flathead catfish. Would 80# test of this line be my best option? And if not, what would?Asked on 5/25/2012 by MrOutdoorsman24 from Geneseo, IL
Q:What is the diameterAsked on 6/19/2009 by Arkie from Arkamsas
A:it depends on the weight you buy, I run 20lb and I believe it is 6lb dia eq., I am extremely satisfied with the product and I am buting the 1000 yd spool to split with a friend of mine. I do use it on a baitcast reel and it works great, I havnt had it burry in the spool yet.Answered on 7/3/2009 by Pat from Utica MI
A:2 lb diameterAnswered on 12/14/2010 by rick from florida
A:All I know is it's equivilant to the same diameter as 16 lb .Answered on 1/12/2010 by Adventure Angler from Erial, NJ
Q:whats the best bait for creek fishing?Asked on 6/3/2009 by Anonymous
A:LIVE BAITAnswered on 11/12/2009 by UNRIG from MA.
A:live bait would probably be best but it can be expensive so if your on a weedy lake I would go with rapala jointed series, shallow DT's or other topwaters.Answered on 11/7/2010 by Muskie Man from St. Paul MN