FINS Original PRT Braided Fishing Lines

FINS Original PRT Braided Fishing Lines

by FINS

Original PRT is a great all-around Spectra Braid with outstanding knot-hold and excellent durability & color retention.

$10.99 - $39.09
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Model
TD Code
Lb. TestEquiv. Mono
Diameter
DiameterYardsColorPrice
FNS-PRT-300G 10lb
FNL-0001-1
10lb3lb.007in/.178mm300ydsGreen$21.99 USD
FNSPRT 20lb
FNL-0011-1
20lb6lb.010in/.254mm150ydsGreen$16.50 USD
FNS-PRT-300G 20lb
FNL-0001-2
20lb6lb.010in/.254mm300ydsGreen$21.99 USD
FNSPRT 30lb
FNL-0011-2
30lb8lb.011in/.279mm150ydsGreen$16.50 USD
FNS-PRT-300G 30lb
FNL-0001-3
30lb8lb.011in/.279mm300ydsGreen$21.99 USD
FNSPRT 50lb
FNL-0011-3
50lb10lb.013in/.330mm150ydsGreen$16.50 USD
FNS-PRT-300G 50lb
FNL-0001-4
50lb10lb.013in/.330mm300ydsGreenReg Price $21.99Our Price $10.99
FNS60PRT
FNL-0012
60lb14lb.015in/.381mm150ydsGreen$18.50 USD
FNS60PRT-300G
FNL-0002
60lb14lb.015in/.381mm300ydsGreen$30.69 USD
FNS80PRT-300G
FNL-0003
80lb17lb.018in/.457mm300ydsGreen$39.09 USD
FINS Original PRT is a soft, flexible braid with a very tuff urethane coating, a great choice for finesse fishing. Flipping and pitching into heavy structure where durability and strength are paramount is one of the many situations where PRT shines. FINS PRT is the current state of the art braid produced using traditional braid architecture: 30 pound PRT is the diameter of 8 pound monofilament, 20 pound like 6 pound mono, etc. Many experienced braid users find PRT to their liking as it has a familiar feel but with a durability that exceeds their expectations regarding color retention and fray resistance.
4.5 Stars based on 12 reviews
By Sean
Hacienda Hts, CA
One of the best
April 20, 2021
I have use a lot of different braided line and this is definitely one of the best. Excellent strength and color doesn’t come off like some other brand
By Stephen
Darien, CT
Awesome Braid
March 4, 2016
I have used the Fins Braid now on all of my reels. I have tried all of them out and they work great. Same company that makes Power Pro but i feel it lasts longer. Haven't had an issue with it and been using it now for 5 years.
By Damon T.
Blandon,PA
Great for bottom fishing
July 28, 2015
Use for bottom fishing roods. Give you very good feeling of what going on down there. Hold up well.
By Alex
California, MD
Very good line!
May 3, 2015
Knot strength to this braid is exceptional and it's a very strong braid! I highly recommend it!
By Jared
United States
Great braid
April 1, 2015
This is the first time I have used FINS. It has held up well so far and hasn't dulled in color like I've seen other green braids I've used.
By Michael
Pontiac, IL
Quality Braid
February 2, 2015
Included with my new Avet SX reel, this line is a pleasant surprise. Nice handling while spooling and casts very well. Color seems less prone to transfer to my hands than some other brands that use darker dye.
By PB
S.Boston, MA
Pretty Good Quality
January 6, 2015
Haven't used it much but for half of a season and it faded a little. The green color is a lighter green, not a dark.
Pros
  • Strong
By Mike
Akron PA
Good price
January 2, 2015
I plan to use it for application's that go through a lot of line.
By Chol
Silver Spring, MD
Good braid
December 25, 2014
This item came free with my AVET. Performs as well as Powerpro. This particular line was a bit too light in color for my taste. I prefer a darker moss green.
By amor
bakersfield, CA
so far so good
December 22, 2014
first time using this, it came with my avet purchase and used it catching yellowtail. as good or maybe even better than powerpro. color retention is good, sensitive, no frays noted after multiple casting, casts well.
By DARRELL L.
United States
Great braided line
December 11, 2014
good for bass fishing
By colin w.
Nth,QLD Australia
Fins Braid fishing line
August 7, 2012
Fins Braid is by far more effective when fishing deep and with a big run in the tide , [Fins Braid does not belly out causing a lot of missed hook ups
Pros
  • The slenderness of Fins Braid and the knot holding power
Cons
  • nothing
1 Question & 1 Answer
larry brownig
from bay city, tx asked:
September 25, 2013
I have never used braided line before. I live on the texas coast and fish for redfish where there are a lot of oyster reefs and if I use mono line it is always being cut and I lose my fish. a guide I know told me to use Fins. I usually fish with 14lb test line. do I use a 10, 20 or larger line? thank you.
1 Answer
Good choice. 14lb mono has a larger diameter than 20lb braid. 20lb Fins has the diameter of 6lb mono, So make sure you have plenty of line or backing when spooling the Fins braided line on your reel.
Submitted by: Customer Service on September 29, 2013

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