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Ralph Wiggum

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Has anyone used P-Line Spectrex IV? The price is right. I might need to get my hands on some.

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I tried it a couple years back and I didn't like, switched right back to Power Pro. It didn't seem like it had the strength of PP and after about an hour of using it the line was white and my thumb was green mad.gif

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I've been using it since last summer and it is tough stuff for sure . Casts well too . The light stuff will tangle because it is so limp and make you wonder how that knot appeared out of nowhere . As far as the green thumb . wink.gif Yes I got that too when I intially spooled some rods because that coating on line rubs off but I still like it .

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