- Low Memory
- Slender and Strong
- Translucent White on Ice and Invisible in Clear Water
Today we'll be reviewing the Berkley Fireline Micro Ice Fishing Line.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Supple enough to stand cold weather
- Strong enough to catch big gamefish
- Improved clinch knot
- Suitable for going micro fly fishing
- The line doesn't tangle or snarl
- This line sinks fast which is usually an attribute for warmer water
- Not abrasion resistant
Berkley Fireline Micro Ice Fishing Line Product Review
The Berkley Fireline Micro Ice is thinner and sturdier compared to monofilament. This fishing line is thin enough to perform smaller jigs and flexible enough to stand icy weather conditions. Plus, it’s strong enough to catch hefty fish like lake trout.
The line is virtually undetectable while on snow or ice and becomes nearly invisible while submerged in water. This line provides exceptionally low visibility. Therefore, fish should not be spooked by it.
The low visibility makes it easier to catch fish in clear waters icy waters. The line maintains its strength and durability while repelling water and any stenches which might be in the fishing waters.
The Fireline Micro Ice also has an improved knot for tying baits. This means your bait remains intact during fishing. With its low memory, the line doesn’t get tangled easily while on a spool. This feature means that you’re able to comfortably cast the line when you remove it from the spool.
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