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Sun­line, the largest Ja­panese pro­ducer of fish­ing lines, strives to de­velop the thinnest and strong­est fish­ing lines. Our win­ner gets a se­lec­tion from the range:

Sun­line Su­per PE 150m (4 strand):

Hi-vis green, dark green and light blue. Low stretch for sen­si­tiv­ity and ex­tra-tight braid­ing for dura­bil­ity. Spe­cial fin­ish re­duces guide fric­tion. Su­pe­rior con­trol and re­sponse when us­ing lures. Very tough when fish­ing rough ground. Knots are easy to tie.

Sun­line Su­per PE8 150m (8 strand):

Hi-vis or­ange. Re­sis­tant to abra­sive struc­tures. Sen­si­tive, low-stretch de­sign to cap­ture del­i­cate bites. Slick, smooth line sur­face for low guide fric­tion and ex­cel­lent casta­bil­ity. Knots ef­fort­lessly.

Sun­line Mo­men­tum 4x4 150m (8 strand):

High-grade poly­eth­yl­ene and high spe­cific grav­ity ester mono with amaz­ing spe­cific grav­ity of 1.05. Less sus­cep­ti­ble to the ef­fect of wind and waves, and bet­ter able to blend with tide. Trou­ble-free han­dling on guides. Ex­cel­lent abra­sion re­sis­tance.

Sun­line Cast Away 150m (8 strand):

Pre­mium IGFA-rated pearl blue line. Hy­brid tech­nol­ogy bal­ances stiff­ness and strength, max­imis­ing cast­ing dis­tance. Bal­anced de­sign has taken dura­bil­ity and abra­sion re­sis­tance to the next level. Low stretch, ul­tra-high sen­si­tiv­ity, very sup­ple and ex­tremely smooth, which helps to de­crease guide fric­tion.

Sun­line Small Game FC 150m:

Fluoro­car­bon main­line with salt­wa­ter-re­sis­tant coat­ing. Ex­cep­tional abra­sion pro­tec­tion and low ini­tial stretch. Im­proved re­sis­tance against knot break­age and line wear. Ex­cel­lent line-lay.

Sun­line Siglon FC 50m: Fluoro­car­bon leader with a salt­wa­ter-re­sis­tant coat­ing. Knots ex­tremely well due to its sup­ple­ness. Ex­cep­tional abra­sion pro­tec­tion and low ini­tial stretch. Avail­able in 3-44lb.

Prizes cour­tesy of Nice Fish! Ex­clu­sive Dis­trib­u­tor for Sun­line, Ma­jor Craft & Sea­spin. Web: Tel: 01983 869191


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