Masterclass Flourocarbon - 50m

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Masterclass Flourocarbon - 50m

19.95

Anyone who knows me understands I am one difficult ***** to please. I’m picky. I’ve tried so many brands of fluorocarbon tippet over time with only a few brands making the grade. Last year my mates over at Fulling Mill handed me some spools of their new Masterclass Fluorocarbon tippet. I must say I was impressed right out of the gate. You see, I am a 6x or smaller junkie rarely fishing anything heavier. In March of last year, I put two 50m spools of Master Class, 5.5x & 6x onto my tippet keeper. I fished an entire year with numerous guide days only using those two spools of Masterclass. That’s over 100 days on the water with well over a thousand fish from my private fishing alone. As of May 21st, 2019, I STILL have plenty of tippets left. Why, because I am not changing the tippet out every half hour because of delamination turning the tippet an opaque white and putting off the fish. In fact, I had on several occasion where I used the same length of tippet for the duration of my day's angling session of typically four hours.


The new Fulling Mill Masterclass Fluorocarbon has the lowest refractory index of any other fluoro on the market, making it the least visible in water to fish. It's also the densest allowing it to cut through the surface tension quicker than ever before. Masterclass has a superb Diameter to Strength ratio so you can rest assured that it's incredibly strong, ultra supple and has great knot strength. With interlocking spools and a tangle-free band, this revolutionary fluorocarbon will certainly help you catch more fish. Created with a premium grade Japanese raw material and produced with 21st Century German precision engineering, this is the most advanced fluorocarbon on the market today. The ideal fluorocarbon tippet for Trout, Grayling, Salmon, Sea Trout and Saltwater anglers.

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