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The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on January 15, 2019, 10:08:59 AM »
Mornin. It's a cold day here, but warmer tomorrow. Then it looks like we're in for a messy weekend. Snow freezing rain and back to snow.
Hope all have a great day and do be safe.
Saw this article on Fishing Wire and wanted to share with you. New Braid by Power Pro. Got to get some and try it out.

JANUARY 15, 2019
Re-Engineered PowerPro Super8Slick V2 Now Available

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Re-engineered with added abrasion toughness so anglers can rip through the heaviest cover with the same force as standard four-end braids, the new PowerPro Super8Slick V2 braided fishing line combines a new eight-end dense weave fiber construction with proven ‘Enhanced Body Technology’ (EBT) process. The new braid is offered in nine different pound test designations, and in five spool sizes to fill from one reel, to bulk spools for multiple fills and for reel spooling by your local tackle shop.
Named ‘Best New Fishing Line’ at the 2018 ICAST Show, it has just started to show up at tackle shops throughout the U.S. and Canada. The PowerPro staff will be showcasing the award-winning braid at upcoming shows this winter including the Chicagoland Fishing, Travel & Outdoor Expo in Schaumburg, Ill., the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show in Portland, the World Fishing & Outdoor Expo in Suffern, N.Y., the Bassmaster Classic Outdoor Expo in Knoxville, Tenn., the Ultimate Sport Show in Grand Rapid, Mich., and the Saltwater Fishing Expo in Edison, N.J.
As with the original Super8Slick braid, the new ‘V2’ version continues to be the smoothest, softest and longest casting braid in the PowerPro line-up. Its use of Honeywell Spectra fiber provides a stronger, tougher braid, while the PowerPro EBT process makes the Super8Slick V2 structurally rounder. The process floods propriety resin through the finished braid, resulting in a smoother line that reduces backlashes, increases casting distance, makes it easier to tie knots, and offers superior strength to size ratio.
“For freshwater and salt, from throwing a big jig into a big knockdown or heavy vegetation for a kicker-size bass - to making that extra long cast into a surfacing school of stripers, Super8Slick V2 can give you an advantage,” said PowerPro product manager Tom Woldruff. “The PowerPro engineering staff has decades of experience, and that experience really comes through with the features of this new braid and benefits it provides anglers.”
Along with exceptional castability from reduced line friction and better line management, Super8Slick V2 is extremely silent as it passes over the rod guides. “Our proprietary EBT process plays a big role in that, plus also providing superior knot strength and high abrasion resistance,” Woldruff notes.
Targeting both bass anglers with ‘camouflage-type’ colors and the inshore/offshore market with colors to fish both stained and clear water, the new Super8Slick V2 braid is offered in PowerPro’s well known moss green for all-around use, onyx (black) for those looking to target big bass, hi-vis aqua green for visibility-minded anglers and when fishing over soft cover, and blue, a color preferred for many in saltwater, and a growing number of bass anglers. All four colors are offered in 8-, 10-, 15-, 20, 30-, 40-, 50-, 65- and 80-pound test (from 1-pound test to 18-pound test mono diameter equivalent), and in 100-, 150- and 300-yards spools and 1500- and 3000-yard bulk filler spools.
For more information on the new PowerPro Super8Slick V2 from Innovative Textiles - a Shimano Company, see your local tackle dealer, visit PowerPro.com on the web, or call PowerPro customer service at 877/577-0600.
Suggested Retail:
-- from $20.99 for 150-yard spools, $36.99 for 300-yard spools, $169.99 for 1,500-yard spools, and $339.99 for 3,000-yard spools[/size]

The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by bassmedic46 on January 14, 2019, 02:33:53 PM »
Good Afternoon Everyone, I believe it’s supposed to warm up in the middle of the week. But possibly snow this weekend. I hope everyone is having a good day.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on January 14, 2019, 12:10:04 PM »
 :D Afternoon all. It's cold out there today, 26. Looks like we're in for a snow storm this coming weekend. Don't know how much yet. It's a wait and see kind of thing for now.
Do hope all have a great start to the week. Do stay warm and safe.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by bassmedic46 on January 12, 2019, 11:41:50 PM »
Good Evening Everyone, cold day today. I hope everyone had a great day.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on January 11, 2019, 02:06:49 PM »
Afternoon all. It's cold outside here. It's 24 with chill factor lower. Going to be that way all weekend they say. Hope all have a super day along with an awesome weekend. Do be safe.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by bassmedic46 on January 10, 2019, 06:14:36 PM »
Good Evening Everyone, we had some snow squalls this morning. I hope everyone had a good day and has a good evening.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on January 10, 2019, 04:47:40 PM »
Evenin all. had some snow showers here in the northern part of Ct. Spent the afternoon with my Grandson and great grandson. It was a cool time. We'll be on the water soon I think. Have to wait and see. 
Hope all have a good evenin  and be safe. 
This is true:
You catch so many fish that have never been caught before. 
.....including that largest of any species.

 They are so much smaller confining the fish to a smaller area.  Compaired to public waters which cover thousands of acres.  
Some of the lakes I'm referring to have dams and water 50' deep. Others have many miles of shoreline yet  are rarely fished except by those having a key to a gate.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joessmokin on January 10, 2019, 08:34:53 AM »
Morning All,

Mother Nature is having one of her moods swings again. Upper 60's the other day 23 today going to be an interesting tournament for me on Pickwick on Sunday :confused:

Side note I will be working the Nashville Boat show on Saturday at the C&O Marine booth. Swing by and see me if your in the area.

Hope you all have a great day

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