Gliss Supersmooth Monotex Fishing Line - Green - 1500 yd.

Gliss Supersmooth Monotex Fishing Line - Green - 1500 yd.

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TD Code
DescriptionColorLb. TestSizePrice
GL G-1500 18 lb.
GLS-0008-1
Supersmooth Monotex Fishing LineGreen18 lb.1500 yd.$124.99 USD
GL G-1500 24 lb.
GLS-0008-2
Supersmooth Monotex Fishing LineGreen24 lb.1500 yd.$124.99 USD
GL G-1500 40 lb.
GLS-0008-3
Supersmooth Monotex Fishing LineGreen40 lb.1500 yd.$124.99 USD

This 1500 yd. Spool of Gliss Supersmooth Monotex Fishing Line in Green color is a part of a new fourth form of fishing line produced using a breakthrough extrusion process of high modulus polyethylene fibers. Gliss line features qualities of both braid and monofilament. Gliss has zero stretch and the lowest diameter to breaking strength of any line (.010 diameter Gliss equals 4kg/8lb strength.)

Pro Anglers in both Europe and North America have been extremely impressed with Gliss Supersmooth Monotex Fishing Line, praising its incredible sensitivity, superior castability, and zero line twist.

Gliss Supersmooth Monotex Fishing Line Features:

  • Multiple superior performance characteristics to braid, monofilament, and fluorocarbon line
  • Zero line twist for more manageable spinning reel applications
  • Zero stretch provides ultimate sensitivity
  • Soft form provides increased castability and distance
  • Thin & Slick composition allows incredible casting distance
  • Thinner than braid with comparable strength for superior management
4 Stars based on 5 reviews
By Grady
Lower Coosa River
EXPERIENCED ANGLERS ONLY!!!
October 21, 2021
This line, hands down, has the greatest strength-to-diameter ratio of ANY other line. It is not braid; it's fused. It's THERMALLY EXTRUDED (heated&stretched) strands of Dyneema, giving you the thinnest, strongest, smoothest, best casting, most sensitive line on the market. Period. That said, it's NOT for beginners! You MUST tie good knots, avoid hooks with eye gaps, and know how to manage your line. It is extremely thin. I use 18lb (.006") on spinning gear and 40lb (.01") on casting gear. It does tend to fray with heavy use but with 18, 24, and 40lb strength, a little fraying doesn't weaken it much. Also, because it's so thin, knots WILL escape some hook eyes that have gaps. I overcome this by leaving an old palomar knot of mono in the gap. It will also CUT YOU BAD if you're not careful. It casts further than ANY and ALL other lines and the sensitivity is second to none. IMO, the pros FAR outweigh the cons. You will feel more bites than ever before. It really makes you realize how many bites you've been getting all along but just didn't feel. If you're ready to up your game, try it.
Pros
  • Super thin. Super strong. Super sensitive. Extremely manageable. Easy casting. Outcasts ALL other lines by at least 30%. Affordable.
Cons
  • Frays with heavy use/abuse. Requires certain knots. Escapes some hook eye gaps. So thin, it will cut you.
By Martin
Minnesota
Worthless! Do not buy!
August 18, 2021
This line breaks very easily and starts to frey on the first cast. I bought the 18 lbs test and it has literally broken while casting. It is not worth even a dollar. I've never had line that breaks so easily. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
Pros
  • None
Cons
  • Breaks almost immediately. Can't even hold 5 lbs without breaking with 18 lb line.
By Brian
Port Saint Lucie Florida
New
August 7, 2018
Awesome line. Better than braid. Super strength.
By Costa
Saco, ME
Wow
May 1, 2017
I have not used it yet, however spooling my reel with the line really surprised me by how small the diameter of the line actually is compared to braid or mono of the same weight strength.
Pros
  • smaller diameter means more line on the reel
Cons
  • small diameter makes seeing the line when tying knots a little bit difficult (if you have bad eyes)
By Tom
Somers Point, NJ
Amazing....so far.
April 13, 2017
Using 8 lb. Gliss and cannot believe how smooth this is compared to 5 lb. braid. My casting now is unbelievable. Complete silence when passing through the guides. I use the improved clinch knot, wrapping at least 9 turns before putting through the loop and have not had any knot failures. I always double the line when tying a knot, even when I used braid. So far the characteristics of Gliss have switched me from braid. Time will tell.
Pros
  • Smooth, silent, casting distance, and strength. I thought braid was the only way to go until Gliss became available.
Cons
  • None so far.
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