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Author Topic: P-Line CXX review  (Read 3528 times)

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P-Line CXX review
« on: March 12, 2006, 09:46:32 PM »

I used it for the first time in my tournament on Saturday. I was so impressed with it's performance that I sent a letter to P-Line today.

I fished #12 in, on, and around flooded timber without a single mishap. No line breaks, abbrasions, or knot breakage all day! I love the stuff and after the day I had Saturday, I will be stringing it up on everything I own.

I liked the way it felt. It had a lot of the character's I like with using mono, but held up so much better under the brutal conditions I was putting it through. I only retied one time, and not because of any nicks in the line, but rather just a precautionary retie mid-day.

I'm all  :)
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Re: P-Line CXX review
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2006, 09:52:30 PM »

I have to agree.. It is very good stuff.
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Re: P-Line CXX review
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2006, 10:02:49 PM »

Never tried that, not on nick in the line all day  ~read Man, that sounds like something I could go for 8)
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Re: P-Line CXX review
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2006, 10:20:39 PM »

Never tried that, not on nick in the line all day  ~read Man, that sounds like something I could go for 8)

I did not have the first problem with the line! My first use of it was in a tournament, a big risk but well worth it in the end. I continualy checked the line for nicks and never found the first one. I re-tied about 1pm just in case the knot may have weakened, but not because of a problem.
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Re: P-Line CXX review
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2006, 10:26:49 PM »

I've got a buddy that recommended it to me a few years back.  He said his whole club used the stuff.  I tried a spool of 12 pt and felt it was too stiff.  Come to find out that his club uses everything below 12 pt in CXX.  I've been using Stren Magnaflex since I first field tested it 4 years ago.  Super abrasion resistance and that was why my buddy suggested CXX, for the same qualities.  Not for me.  My only problem now is that it looks like my store might not be carrying Magnaflex any more.  It's all on clearance so I'm hoping it's because there is new packaging rolling out for 2006.  Otherwise, I will have to go to the competition to get my mono line.
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Re: P-Line CXX review
« Reply #5 on: March 12, 2006, 10:37:19 PM »

   I use P-line because nothing else holds up liek it does. IT may get memory but it doesn't break.

   Here's a test take any line and drag it back and forth across an old rusty saw blade. Now try that with P-line.  ;D

   Ever fish any metal rusty docks? P-line will not let you down.

   I've never found a line that will take the punishment that P-Line will........
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