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Product DescriptionPowerPro Braided Fishing Line
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:What is the correct way to put line on ones spinning reel off the spool of line you just brought? Do you have the spool of line laying down with the line coming off the spool off the right or do you flip it over to the left side? One more, put pencil through the hole and let the line come off the spool from the top or bottom? Kerry Smith PS I have power pro lineAsked on 2/16/2010 by Smitty from Humble, TX
A:In general use the pencil method with the line coming off the bottom of the spool, thread it through only one eyelet the one closest to the reel. The PowerPro box allows you to hold it between your knees to control the resistence while you spool your reel. To be technically correct you should first use mono or fluorocarbon to cover the base of the spool just one layer is suffecient. this prevents the braid from slipping. Tie to the spool using an arbor knot and connect the lines using a uni knot. Good Luck.Answered on 3/13/2010 by rodfather from Milford, Mi
A:Lay it on its side. U should have the line coming off the spool in the same direction as the real takes it. This will keep memory to a min.Answered on 9/10/2010 by Jason from Huntsville , Al
Q:Is this line recomended for tip up fishingAsked on 12/20/2009 by markopeco from mora mn
A:i wouldnt. your better off with regular tip up line. i use fly line. it never freezesAnswered on 2/17/2010 by nstenni from right down by the beach.
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