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P-Line
« on: Nov 10, 2018, 03:28 PM »
Where do I find this stuff?  Looks like Dicks has 6lb, but I need some 2lb as well
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #1 on: Nov 10, 2018, 04:16 PM »
I ordered mine off of amazon last year. Seen it yesterday at my local shop too.

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« Reply #3 on: Nov 10, 2018, 05:32 PM »
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #4 on: Nov 10, 2018, 06:33 PM »
Yep!  :thumbsup: Great sponsor with great products and great prices!

Doesn’t look like they have floroice?
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #5 on: Nov 13, 2018, 07:47 AM »
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #6 on: Nov 13, 2018, 09:24 AM »
What does it mean when it says that it is coated in fluorocarbon? Is this different than normal fluorocarbon line? Heard good stuff about the p-line. Thinking about giving it a try.
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #7 on: Nov 13, 2018, 09:52 AM »
What does it mean when it says that it is coated in fluorocarbon? Is this different than normal fluorocarbon line? Heard good stuff about the p-line. Thinking about giving it a try.

They use a co-polymer and coat it with some sort of magic to have it take on the invisibility of a true Fluro. It has more stretch, thus more memory, but isn't as brittle as Fluro. I used to run PLine Fluroclear for years while guiding for great lakes trout and salmon. Worked great for drifting spawn sacks, swinging spinners and as leader material. Personally, I like the sensitivity of true Fluro for jigging applications, no stretch.

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Re: P-Line
« Reply #8 on: Nov 13, 2018, 09:56 AM »
I just ordered a new pole from Thorne Bros and they suggested P-line. I ordered 3# 300 yards for around 10 bucks

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Re: P-Line
« Reply #9 on: Nov 13, 2018, 09:59 AM »
They use a co-polymer and coat it with some sort of magic to have it take on the invisibility of a true Fluro. It has more stretch, thus more memory, but isn't as brittle as Fluro. I used to run PLine Fluroclear for years while guiding for great lakes trout and salmon. Worked great for drifting spawn sacks, swinging spinners and as leader material. Personally, I like the sensitivity of true Fluro for jigging applications, no stretch.

Good to know, thanks for that explanation. I agree, I'm a fan of the fluorocarbon primarily because there's no stretch. I don't mind the brittleness either, just gotta take your time with the big ones. P-line probably isn't the line for me then.
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #10 on: Nov 13, 2018, 10:03 AM »
Where do I find this stuff?  Looks like Dicks has 6lb, but I need some 2lb as well

Hey Piersm2, I see you're from St. Cloud. I've bought P-line in those weights locally from the Bait Den(on Roosevelt Rd. next to the Maid-Rite) here in town in the past. Might be a good place to check out, though their selection can vary since they are a smaller outfit. They also usually have some asso line and other harder to find brands. Stop Light bait by Copper Lantern on Hwy 10 might have some as well.

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Re: P-Line
« Reply #11 on: Nov 13, 2018, 10:46 AM »
Hey Piersm2, I see you're from St. Cloud. I've bought P-line in those weights locally from the Bait Den(on Roosevelt Rd. next to the Maid-Rite) here in town in the past. Might be a good place to check out, though their selection can vary since they are a smaller outfit. They also usually have some asso line and other harder to find brands. Stop Light bait by Copper Lantern on Hwy 10 might have some as well.

Stoplight doesn't have it.  Was in there yesterday.  Bait Den is on my way home so I will swing by there.
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Re: P-Line
« Reply #12 on: Nov 13, 2018, 10:00 PM »
If I understood it right when I read up on it, the fluro ice is a co-polymer....which is a mono base for the line coated with a fluro Carbon. So it gives you a middle of the road line between the mono and fluro.

Fluro is a great line.....low strech, abrasion resistant, invisible in water....however it tends to be a stiffer line and doesn't roll very well on small ice reel spools......which leads to the fluro line jumping off the spool and tangles. So the copolymer gives you a lot of those qualities due to the fluro coating. Since the base is mono, it rolls onto small ice reels better, and doesn't jump or spring off the spool like pure fluro does.


If you can't fine p-line just look for a line that is a co polymer and it should be similar.

 



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