PowerPro Braided Spectra Fiber Fishing Line Moss Green 1500 Yds.

PowerPro Braided Spectra Fiber Fishing Line Moss Green 1500 Yds.

$119.99 - $449.99
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Break Strength:

TD Code
Lb TestDiameterApproximate Mono EquivalentLengthColorPrice
5 lb.>.005 in.>1 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$119.99 USD
8 lb..005 in.1 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$119.99 USD
15 lb..008 in.4 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$119.99 USD
20 lb..009 in.6 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$119.99 USD
30 lb..011 in.81500 ydsMoss Green$119.99 USD
40 lb..012 in.10 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$119.99 USD
50 lb..014 in.121500 ydsMoss Green$119.99 USD
65 lb..016 in.161500 ydsMoss Green$129.99 USD
80 lb..017 in.181500 ydsMoss Green$149.99 USD
100 lb..018 in.20 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$169.99 USD
150 lb..022 in.30 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$219.99 USD
200 lb..030 in.50 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$299.99 USD
250 lb..035 in.80 lb.1500 yds.Moss Green$449.99 USD
PowerPro braided Spectra fiber with Enhanced Body Technology (EBT) gives you awesome handling performance on any reel. Unlike the older style braided lines, fishing with PowerPro is as easy as fishing with monofilament. An incredibly round, smooth, and sensitive line, PowerPro doesn't bury in the spool, and casts long and smooth -- even after a hard strike. PowerPro outperforms monofilament lines in any situation and leaves other superlines in the dust.
5 Stars based on 49 reviews
By ADaves
Cabo San Lucas
November 3, 2020
I do a lot of surf fishing and this line really stands up to the test. It has the strength to pull in the fish through the tough undertow. It performs well in and around the structure.
By Ryan
Port Canaveral
Excellent Strength
July 31, 2020
I like the thin diameter which allows me to pack on 750yds of backing
Prosgood price thin diameter
By daniel e.
Best line ever.
June 22, 2020
If you go on a trip of a lifetime after bluefin tuna don't leave home without a full spool on all your rigs. You will never lose a fish with this line ever. When you get that bite of a lifetime and you have mono spooled up you are going to lose that fish in the tuna shuffle. That line going in a circle like a funnel and each time you feel the tink tink tink as the line goes over the teeth of that huge fish. You sweat each time you feel it and tink that fish is going going gone. Go with confidence go with Power Pro or pay for therapy when you go home with a blank.
ProsWhen you are at the rail and your bait is swimming be careful not to have your thumb riding the line. Big fish run 100 yards in one second and you will see smoke coming off your thumb like a paper cut but a line cut and it happens so fast you can't react fast enough. The sound of the line ripping through your guides is like music that should be recorded in a country song.
ConsI have never found one. Confidence knowing I'm ready at the rail.
By Biggs
Great braided line.
June 16, 2020
Really strong and thin . Easy to tie knots and casts far I really enjoy this brand .
ProsSmall diameter and less abrasive.
ConsNot as slick to the feel as some other brands.
By jesse
Avalon, CA
love power pro
June 15, 2020
What a great product, you get your moneys' worth.
By Jeremy
Strong line
May 27, 2020
Pulling in 30 pound jacks with ease. Cut it up and have caught a few black tips and hammer heads. Very suprising for 50 pound braid. The v2 is also very nice line. On my 8000 reel i can cast 30 yards. Very good for a big reel and heavy line. You won't do that with 50 pound mono. Plus the line is thin enough i can get close to 500 yards on my 8000 reel. Thank you TackleDirect
By Van
This is the only braid I use
March 23, 2020
In almost 400 hours of fishing over the last three years I have never had an issue with this braid. It's strong enough to pull up a crab pot while trolling.
By MIke
Tequesta, FL
Great for snook fishing
March 11, 2020
Have this line on all my snook reels great for muscling them from the pier and around bridges.
By Kai
Carpinteria, CA
It just works
February 7, 2020
I've tried lots of other brands, but keep coming back to Power Pro.
Pros1500 yard spools are a great value
By Eugene
Finger lakes NY
Freshwater trolling
January 30, 2020
Use this line for more than 15 years very happy strong and long lasting and if you got it on sale best for money
ProsStrong ,good color retention,
ConsNoise tru rod guides compare to new power pro slick
By Van
Solid braid
January 13, 2020
I've got this on all of rods and we have hundreds of hours on them. This is very strong braid.
ConsIt will fade in the sun after a few months in the sun.
By Mike M.
Sarasota, Fl
Good quality braid
December 31, 2019
Great quality solid braid at a great price.
By Stephen
December 9, 2019
Took it to M?xico reload all my friends Penn Spinning reels he is a charter boat captain smaller d?a than mono for a higher lb test and durability
By Al
Best braid I have used
October 22, 2019
By my best approximation I have been using this braid for over 20 years now. I have not found another type better yet to include more expensive types of Power Pro.
ProsStrength, casting distance, diameter
ConsCost, so limp it can tangle so need to the to mono or braid when doing live bait rigs
By Bill
Eastern Shore
PowerPro and Tackle Direct
July 20, 2019
Product and delivery were all taking care of in great fashion. Returning customer over and over
3 Questions & 3 Answers
Bob M
from Columbus, OH asked:
February 11, 2021
What is the best pound test to use for off-shore surf casting when using a Staal 250V series reel, matched with ODM 11ft Jigster rod.  Primarily fishing AL and FL panhandle Gulf coast waters, and on occasion NC shore, and MA shore and canal for stripers. It is rated for braided capacity 500 yds 50lb test. Should backing be used, and if so, recommendations please.

Thank you.

1 Answer
50lb. test PowerPro would be good for the 250. You could also go up to 65lb. test if you'd like with slightly less line capacity than 50lb. test, but the 50 should be all you need.
Submitted by: Austin Kearney on February 12, 2021

from Ny ny asked:
March 31, 2017
I have never used braided line. Just wanted to try new things out. I use 40lb mono ande on most of my applications and wanted to know what lb test should i use for braided. I bottomfish and jig most the time.
1 Answer
What size to use will depend on multiple factors such as the reel you are using, your target species. If a 40 lb. mono is sufficient for you applications then I would generally recommend a 40 - 65 lb braid.
Submitted by: Devon on April 1, 2017

from Cairo Egypt asked:
January 3, 2015
I've a penn international reel 80STW.. How many yards it can carry from power pro braided line 150lb
1 Answer
Because of the age of the reel, we are not 100% sure. It should hold at least 1500-1800 yards.
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 5, 2015


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