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Hey guys,

I am using Trilene 100% fluoro on my spinning, cranks and jigs/worms, was thinking about trying some of the Pline fluoro's.  What do yall think of them?

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i have some 4lb on my browing ultra light set up and i dont like it much... knots dont hold well with it..

Alex

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Hey guys,

I am using Trilene 100% fluoro on my spinning, cranks and jigs/worms, was thinking about trying some of the Pline fluoro's.  What do yall think of them?

Everyone I've spoke with at our local bait and tackle shop, they all love it. I don't really notice any big difference between it and Berkley Transition Vanish. It too me is like every other fluro.

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I use the p-line Halo and love it...it is one of the most abrasion resistant lines I have ever used....I use it for fluoro leaders with all my braid set-ups for jigs...and by itself for my shakey head and drop shot rigs....

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It is without a doubt in my mind that it is the greatest fluorocarbon on the market.  Its cheaper than 100% Triline, but it handles better and in my mind more sensative.  It is the only line that i use now w/ the exception of Power Pro braid! :)

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Like I said earlier, I have been using Trilene 100% fluoro for cranks, jigs/ worms, and shakey heads and been fairly happy.  I love pline's other lines, but not tried their fluoro's.  i am not happy with the way the Trilene casts, both on spinning and baitcasters, but it is tough.  Is the halo or other pline fluoro as tough as the trilene?

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I tried the regular P-Line Fluoro on both spinning and casting equipment and it was OK.  It didn't last as long as I would hope and the knot strength was again just OK.  I would stick with the Trilene.  I have used 8lb on my spinning gear and 12, 15, and 17lb on baitcasters.  The 8lb on spinning gear is good but not great but it does cast better than the other fluorcarbons I have tried.  On my baitcasters this line is outstanding.  The only down side is that the 15 and 17lb line is almost impossible to break if you get snagged.

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I'm using P-Line Halo on my crank pole and you can't see the line hardly at all.  Knots hold very well.  IMO it is a little stiff.

The P-Line Evolution sucks!  I'm going to strip all of it off my worm pole.  Can't get any type of knot I tie to not break.  Might be a bad batc.  I emailed P-Line and haven't heard from them at all. >:)  

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Pline fluoro and 100% are both great fluorocarbons.

I've used 6 and 8lb pline fluoro on spinning, and 15lb on baitcasters.

I have had 1 break off with pline fluoro, and that was do to me never re-tying when I should have.

The stuff is great.

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It is all I use on my spinning rods and while I agree it is a little stiff so are all the other floros I have used.

Allen

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