Power Pro Spectra Braided Line Vermillion Red
Now introducing PowerPro Spectra Braided Line in Vermillion Red. In recent years there has been a craze among anglers to use Red line. But Why? The logic behind this trend is based largely on the color spectrum in water. Since shades of red are the first color to fade, it is thought that by using red colored line, the angler's line "disappear" underwater. Truth be told, Red does not disappear but in fact turns to a shade of Gray. This gray tone will help to blend the line in to the background and become much less visible to most species of fish. The color red will completely fade out at a depth of 14 feet. Therefore, when targeting fish in depths of 20 feet or greater, Red Line is ideal. Whether you are deep cranking for bass; trolling for lake trout, walleye or salmon; or bottom fishing in deep rivers Power Pro Vermillion Red Spectra Braided Line should be on your reel. It also features a new dye concentration system that eliminates color bleeding
Featuring Power Pro’s proprietary Enhanced Body Technology (EBT), Power Pro Spectra Braided Line in Vermillion Red is the roundest, smoothest, easiest to use Superline on the market. Unequalled sensitivity and hook setting power let you feel the smallest strike and set the hook with confidence. Abrasion resistant for fishing all types of structure, it is smooth and slick for superior casting performance. Perfect for conventional or spinning reels, its superior strength-to-size ratio also enables you to fish with lighter and more compact reels.
-Braided from 100% Spectra fiber - a registered trademark of Honeywell International
-Spool directly from the box
-Package protects the remaining line
-Arbor tape included
-Color of cartridge matches line color
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Comments: I put this through the ringer and I'll tell you one thing the Red does not bleed at all let alone drip red dye. That's a ridiculous statement. I went with Red because red is suppose to be the first color in the spectrum to disappear in water making it more adaptable between bodies of water.
From: Dennis: PA 7/12/14
Comments: I have used the red and green varieties of this braid in 100# & 80# respectively & have yet to have any die come off on my hands. I have logged countless hours fishing for muskie in rain, wind, and beautiful weather & this braid is super tough, has not failed me to date. Pros - excellent castability, excellent strength, no problems holding knots. Cons- will dig deep and I mean deep into the braid on the spool. Casting pounders and large baits accentuates this issue. I had to cut and respool twice this season entirely and also had to add line a few times after digging out backlashes that were severe. Only with the 100# though. Operator fatigue was the culprit in all cases. You will not break this line. You get hung up good enough......good luck!
From: EHall: Tuscola, IL
Comments: I bought the red line and only left it on for a few days before going back to green. The red seems to make a terrible mess as it fades. If you want red be prepared to have a red stained thumb after each day. It also gets on your clothes, drips onto your boat, and gets all over the rod and reel seat. I didnt have the same issue with the green and now use that again.
From: Brandon: Moosomin, Sask, Canada
Comments: this is the best braid ive ever used, its strong braid but its also not hard to cut. u can throw up into cover and have confidence to be able to pull a fish out of there with ease. and with the vermillion red and the high vis yellow its very easy to see, this is really the only braid ill ever use. its great.
From: Jared: KY