PowerPro Super Slick Braided Line 40lb 150yds
|40lb||150yds||Select Color||$21.99 USD|
Power Pro Super Slick Braided Line, constructed with 8 yarn Spectra fiber braided under high tension, has a ''smooth as silk'' surface. The smooth surface means reduced line friction on the spool and through the rod guides, which allows PowerPro Super Slick to cast like a bullet. An additional benefit of the Super Slick smooth surface and reduced friction is reduced line noise, allowing you to fish with stealth and silence.
- Super-Slick is 8 yarn Spectra fiber construction for anglers who demand high performance.
- PowerPro ''EBT'' (Enhanced Body Technology) process creates a stronger, thinner, smoother and quieter line.
- Available in 8 sizes (10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 65, 80lb) and 4 colors (Hi-Vis Yellow, Marine Blue, Timber Brown, Aqua Green.
PowerPro Super Slick Color Descriptions
- Marine Blue
Marine Blue, a unique high visibility line, is designed to allow the angler to clearly see their line on the surface of the water while providing stealth to the fish looking up from below. From saltwater to Western reservoirs to the clear glacial lakes of the North, this line is ideal for fishing clear water situations.
- Aqua Green
Aqua Green is designed to blend into freshwater vegetation. Ideal for flipping, punching, ripping a crankbait through grass or throwing a frog. Anytime you are fishing in or around vegetation, this is your go to color.
- Timber Brown
Timber Brown is the ideal color for fishing flooded timber, stumps, wood and brush piles. Also excellent for fishing muddy or stained water in or around rivers, inlets & deltas.
- Hi-Vis Yellow
Hi-Vis Yellow is designed for applications where a high visibility line is necessary. It is typical for anglers to use a short fluorocarbon leader with Hi-Vis lines, especially in clear waters. Yellow PowerPro applications range from Bobber fishing the rivers of the Great North West to Fly-lining sardines and anchovies along the California coast fishing the lakes and rivers of our Nation's central regions for bass, walleye and catfish to targeting Fluke and Stripers in the North East; pelagic fisherman looking for better spread management on the troll to inshore fisherman targeting Snook, redfish and trout. High visibility lines can be used in all applications.