June 3, 2011

Excited to try this one

Like many of you, I have heard about Berkley's new NanoFil line.  I opened my mailbox today and found a package of it.  I'm dying to try it and will be using it tomorrow as much as I can.  It's a small pound test line and I plan to use it on a spinning rod and see how it performs.  It's super-thin and feels really soft.  Tackle Warehouse already has it available for pre-order.

Here is what Berkley has to say about the line:

Not a Mono. Not a Fluorocarbon. Not a Braid. Berkley’s NanoFil Uni-Filament Fishing Line is the next generation of fishing line - and in a class all its own. Constructed from gel-spun polyethylene, much like a superline, it consists of hundreds of Dyneema nanofilaments that are molecularly linked and shaped into a unified filament fishing line. Dyneema is one of the world’s strongest fibers, providing NanoFil with superline-class strength, as wells as zero-stretch and exceptional sensitivity. Berkley’s uni-filament process also makes it feel and handle like a smooth monofilament, while still allowing it have the performance characteristics of braid. The ultimate spinning reel line - Berkley NanoFil Uni-Filament Fishing Line is the longest casting, thinnest and most sensitive line Berkley has ever created.
-Ultimate Spinning Reel Line
-Zero Memory Virtually Eliminates Tangles
-Incredibly High Strength/diameter Ratio
-Zero Stretch Means Superb Sensitivity
-Berkley’s Longest Casting Line

Look for a full review soon!

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