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Berkley Fireline Fused Superline Fishing Line

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Berkley Fireline Fused Superline Fishing Line

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Brand:
Berkley
MSRP ($):
16.00
Improved to be the best FireLine yet, Smoother than ever and longer casting! Thermally fused FireLine provides casting performance, toughness, strength and sensitivity for all fishing conditions. It's the best superline for spinning reels where incredible strength, thin diameter and sensitivity is important.

Berkley Fireline Fused Superline Fishing Line:
Thermally fused fireline crystal is smoother than ever, right out of the package
The smooth handling superline optimized for spinning reels
Incredibly thin diameter for unbelievable lure action and low visibility
Incredibly strong microfused Dyneema pe fibers are 3 to 4 times stronger than mono
Superb sensitivity
Telegraphic feel for structure and strikes
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I have found a new favorite line

I thought I had found my perfect line with the spider wire glo vis braided line. Granted it is still a good line; however, this line is better in my opinion.

This fireline cast amazing far compared to the spiderwire. Also I have noticed that my line does not break nearly as often as compared to the other. Even when this fireline is 2 pounds less test than the spiderwire I use it is still stronger.

I have also noticed that with this line I can feel the strikes much more thus resulting in me being able to act on those strikes much faster which lands me more fish.

The only con I can come up for this product is the price. I paid 31 bucks for 300 yards. I am not used to paying that much for line but after seeing how it performs then I would not hesitate to do it again

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Far casting, no memory, strong, very thin
Cons:
A bit pricey
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