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I like it, I've heard people don't but I do.  I use 8-10lb on my spinning reel and 12lb on my shallow crank/jerkbait and tube/shakey head baitcasters.  In the smaller diameters it is strong and manageable, not as strong as CXX but much more manageable. 

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I recently spooled up my crappie rig with the new P-Line Fluorocarbon in 4 pound test because on my last crappie outing, while I did catch a limit, my buddy caught a limit as well but all of his were bigger.

Yes, we were using the exact same lure, rod, reel and technique. Oh yeah, we were also fishing the same spot

BassnMan Mike

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I've used that line and really liked it. The only reason I switched was to try 100% Floro's and just have not returned to it as of yet. I have liked many of the P-line products and around here they are usually at a reasonable price.

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I've used 10lb fluoroclear on spinning rods for the last 2 seasons.  I like it for shakey head or unweighted stick baits.  It feels more sensitive than mono & it has fewer hassles than some of the 100% fluorocarbon lines.

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It's very manageable and cast-able, yet sensitive, and it sinks.  It has great knot strength.  I got it  rigged on a few of my rods.  I put it on the spinning rods that I use for flukes ands senkos or any casting, because of its manageability. - Also goes well on a baitcaster

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I've been using it on my spinning reel (8lb.) and I don't like it. I've had too many breaks. Mostly when setting the hook. I'm using a 7ft med action mojo rod. I'm going to try berkley transoptic next.

I've got it on a baitcaster also, so far i don't have any complaints, but When I respool again, I'll go back too yo-zuri hybrid or BPS excel mono on that one.

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I have it spooled on my Sahara, which I mainly use for soft plastics, and I have no complaints. It has just about become my favorite floro.

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I use it for all my mono applications except topwater.  I absolutely love it.  tough, strong, and handles like a dream.  I use it on both baitcasters and spinning reels.  I recommend it to anybody that asks.

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if i were you , i would go with the CX premium . CX is stronger than floroclear and is pretty much the same in it's sink rate but CX's strength puts it above floroclear , in my opinion  ;)

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I tried it but didn't much care for it.

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love it. I use the 8lb as well on my spinning reels. The only thing when spooling make sure loops are coming off big or the line will end up sticking to itself...only line I've seen do this

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You guys have had better luck with Flouroclear than I have. I had 8# on a spinning outfit and it just kept breaking.

I've since switched to 6# CXX and am impressed at how strong this line is.

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You guys have had better luck with Flouroclear than I have. I had 8# on a spinning outfit and it just kept breaking.

Same here...the line could not be trusted.

:-X

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I feel better that it wasn't just me having that same trouble.

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if your looking for a good , strong ,and manageable line for a spinning set-up , i would highly suggest using P-line CXX in 6# . another person also recommended it and he is dead on with this line cause it is very strong and is all i spool on 2500 size reels . i use it for drop shotting , weightless plastics , and very small crankbaits (for crappie). i actually use it for trout fishing also , i use power bait dough on a treble with just a split shot to get the bait down . this line is very versatile and the moss green color makes it blend in with most water , enough so that 6# line does not shy away trout , much less bass !!!  ;)

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