Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon

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Description

Sunline is a new Japanese line company that has been generating lots of attention at the top levels of professional bass fishing. Top money anglers know that the only thing between them and the money fish is a thin strand of line and it had better be good.

FC Sniper Fluorocarbon line is 100% fluorocarbon that offers anglers the latest generation of fluorocarbon line available today. The low pound-test lines excel for all light line techniques like dropshotting. The stronger lines are great for fishing worms, jigs, or Senko-style baits, and for any time you DON’T want bass to see your line. You cannot buy better fluorocarbon line than Sunline’s FC Sniper. This is professional level fishing line for anyone that wants the best.

Diameter Inches Millimeter
4lb .0065 .17
5lb .0075 .19
6lb .0081 .21
7lb .0086 .22
8lb .0093 .24
10lb .0102 .26
12lb .0112 .29
14lb .0122 .31
16lb .0129 .33
18lb .0138 .35
20lb .0146 .37
25lb .0159 .41
30lb .0171 .44

Additional information

length

200yd, 660yd, 1200yd, 165yd

weight

4lb, 5lb, 6lb, 7lb, 8lb, 10lb, 12lb, 14lb, 16lb, 18lb, 20lb, 25lb, 30lb

1 review for Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon

  1. realdiehlfishing

    In my personal opinion, this line is the line of Champions! This line is high quality with superior strength to the majority of its competitors. This line is more abrasion resistant that other fluoros i’ve used. A touch smaller in diameter, this line allows you the option to upscale your traditional weight ratings. As an example, if you typically love to throw 12, you can move up to 14 or stick with 12 if you want closer to 10. I have hauled numerous 6lbs fish out of thick grass and cover using lighter weight lines. One of the true realization moments on how strong this line really is, comes down to when you hang up and have to break it off (it happens to all of us), at that point you will quickly realize how strong this line and it will change your perspective on how you start handling certain fish.

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