- Low Visibility
- Faster Sink Rate
- Abrasion Resistance
Today we'll be reviewing the Piscifun Fluorocarbon Fly Fishing Tippet.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Strong and durable
- Suitable for use in murky water
- Fast sink rate for less water resistance
- Refraction index close to water
- Great combination of knot strength and suppleness
- Excellent value for money
- Need to purchase a braided loop separately
Piscifun Fluorocarbon Fly Fishing Tippet Product Review
This durable 100% fluorocarbon fly tippet material is significantly denser than nylon, and none of its physical properties change after prolonged exposure to water.
Since fluorocarbon is close to water in the refraction index, this snippet is almost invisible to fish. The Piscifun Fluorocarbon Fly Fishing Tippet has a fast sink rate for less water resistance.
The fast sink rate will enable your lure to fly to the bottom quicker without adding any extra weight, delivering a delicate presentation.
I went fishing for carp, and this line proved itself. It was hard to see in the water, and it was strong enough hoarse one out from under a root ball.
The surface of the fluorocarbon monofilament is tougher than nylon, providing substantial resistance to abrasion. Also, the balanced blend of elasticity creates knot strength and suppleness.
The line comes in a very compact packaging with a tiny spool that’s easy to store. Compared to other lines, it’s the price that surprised me the most considering the reliable durability and tight knots.
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