Thursday, June 12, 2008

Line Selection: Power Pro

Line: Light line, mono, braided, carbon?

I love the feel, the casting ability and the absolute power of Power Pro: Stuck rarely, land anything that hits that line and when your an Urban Fisherman hoping to land that Dream bass, dream Muskie or huge Walleye; Power pro makes you ready for anything any time and any where: My casting ability is strengthen, the line is clean, little memory and great for getting your boat out of weird places:

Construction of Braided Lines: Braided lines are exactly what they sound like...strands of fiber forming a regular diagonal pattern down the entire length of the spool. PowerPro is braided using 4 strands, each is composed of scores of exceptionally thin Spectra fibers. While a 3 strand line comes out to be flat, PowerPro comes out square but appears relatively round due to its thin profile. Prior to braiding, each strand is coated and with closer examination you will notice the individual braids. Coating the line gives it a harder and thinner profile that has a number of advantages and disadvantages, and we'll explicate more on these factors during our tests.

Real World Tests: For a line that features an extremely fine diameter and enhanced strength, the PowerPro works well in various types of fishing conditions. We put PowerPro through an assortment of freshwater and saltwater tests that really assessed the true muscle of this braided line.

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