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Fluorocarbon Coated Mono Fishing Line Invisible Spool 150m Extra UV Resistance Carp Pike Perch Fishing by Konger

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Product Description

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Manufacturer Description

Fluorocarbon Coated Mono Fishing Line
Monofilamen Fluorocarbon Coated
Spool 150m

Konger Fishing Expert - Made in Germany

A highest quality fluorocarbon covered monofilament line.
The low extensibility, high line and knot strength,
and UV radiation resistance are its main features.
It is made of a light grey product refracting the light
at an angle similar to the water refraction angle, for that reason it is undetectable.

- Color - Light Grey
- Fluorocarbon Coated
- Wear resistance
- Resistant to water absorption
- Top abrasion resistance
- Superior knot strenght
- Resistant to UV-rays and chemical hazards


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Product Features

Color: Light Grey - Spool 150m - Ø 0.12 to Ø 0.50 - 2.55kg to 16.6kg - 5.6lb to 37.3lb High tensile strenght - Wear resistance Resistant to water absorption - Fluorocarbon Coated Ultimate knot strenght - No tendency to tangle Resistant to UV-rays and chemical hazards