PowerPro Super Slick V2 Braided Line has been redesigned to bring on a new level of toughness. This line features a "smooth as silk" surface. The smooth surface means reduced line friction on the spool and through the rod guides, which allows this Power Pro line to cast like a bullet. It's made with dense weave, 8-end construction with proven EBT coating process. This line also features added abrasion toughness. This provides the strength and power for this line to rip through the heaviest cover with the same force as traditional 4-end braids.
Super-Slick is 8-end Spectra fiber construction for anglers who demand high performance.
PowerPro ''EBT'' (Enhanced Body Technology) process creates a stronger, thinner, smoother and quieter line.
Available in traditional Blue, the popular Moss Green and now introducing Hi-Vis Aqua Green for the visibility minded angler, and Onyx for those looking to catch the monster Bass.
The new V2 is great. Casts a country mile. Like the new onyx color. Hard to see in most any water color.
August 21, 2019
I used this line to surf cast for strippers off the Cape Cod Canal and was able to catch fish that I would not be able to reach with normal braided line. Great product!
ProsSmooth casting and very strong.
ConsProduct costs more.
By Steven F.
Giving it a try
August 21, 2019
It's smoother, casts fine. Not sure if it's any better or worse. Seems to tie well and that was my only reservation.
Wilson lake Alabama
July 20, 2019
Been using it for 6 months now. Works as described. Don't know about goow part yet but V2 is definitely good stuff
PowerPro V2 Braided Line
July 6, 2019
Excellent line. Use it on all my freshwater and saltwater reels.
By Samuel H.
So smooth and sensitive
June 22, 2019
Thin, smooth and no memory. Itâ€;™;s easy to tie with mono to remove barrels and swivels. I like 20 pounds for fluking.
ProsSmooth and sensitive
Long Island, NY
My new favorite BUT color fades
May 15, 2019
I have the new daiwa x8 grand on my Van Staal and the feel of it isnâ€;™;t as smooth as my power pro super slick v2. Itâ€;™;s honestly not even close. Really have no complaints with this line, I love the moonshine color (wish power pro just gave us chartreuse but oh well) *NOTE* THIS COLOR FADES. Iâ€;™;ve been fishing my line for less than a month and the line went from the stock pastel-ish chartreuse to now basically white.
ProsSilky smooth, casts great, seems to hold up only had 2 breaks on 20lb where one was abrasion related and the other just wear and tear after 60+ fish. The color before it fades is epic. Glows under black light (who honestly has time for that)
ConsColor fades from moonshine to white rather quickly.
More pricey but worth it
May 1, 2019
I got this for inshore rod/reel combo. Wanted to stay somewhat light but still be able to cast without a leader. Power pro has never let me down and so far, neither has this. No color bleed as of yet, and no knots/breakage.
By Larry K.
Power Pro Braid
April 21, 2019
If braided line suits your needs Power Pro is a great choice. I have used it for years on spinning and conventional tackle.
By River d.
New tool to catch more fish
March 20, 2019
It is always great to be able to change line color power pro gives you that option with like no other line company does.Fish the best every time you hit the water throw power pro your fish deserve it
ProsLine color /quiteness/cast distance
ConsWhen I find something I will write it down
By River D.
Old stand by gets better
March 20, 2019
Power Pro just keeps getting better less noise better spool control and easier to tie knots all in one braid
ProsColor stays better/less noise/better line control
ConsStill looking for something
Powerpro is the best
March 13, 2019
Seems like nice line. Cast well
By C P.
Great quality braid
March 3, 2019
Itâ€;™;s very smooth & thin, used couple of trips still like it.
ProsSmooth & Strong.
By Gary W.
February 19, 2019
Spooled up 140 yards on my Reel. Using a 1/2oz. Spinner, my first cast was beautiful straight across the river into the mud wall on the far side. I'd say 60 yards, never did that with my old line. Wow!
I have a reel that hold 400yds 80lb. 80lb. seems to only come in 300 and 1500 yds. Am I forced to buy 1500 yds to avoid a splice? Hope not would like not to splice or be force to a tackle store. Which is 75 miles from here.