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Varivas VEP Bush Trail Nylon Line
Varivas Super Trout Advance Bush Trail VEP Nylon Line

Varivas Super Trout Advance Bush Trail VEP Nylon Line

$14.00

Quick Specs:
Extra Abrasion Resistance
Highlight Orange Color | Easy visibility
Parallel Wound
100m/spool | 109 yds/spool
Made in Japan

Sizing:

  • 3lb/0.8 goh/0.148mm/0.006″
  • 4lb/1.0 goh/0.165mm/0.006″
  • 5lb/1.2 goh/0.185mm/0.007″
  • 6lb/1.5 goh/0.205mm/0.008″
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Varivas Super Trout Advance VEP Bush Trail is a finesse nylon monofilament line specifically formulated to be extra abrasion-resistant. Varivas’ VEP manufacturing process produces a line that is 20X more abrasion resistant than standard nylon while still being supple and light enough for bait finesse fishing. This line is ideal when fishing near logs, rocks, laydowns, and near the base of bridges where normal nylon lines are likely to be worn down and snap. The Highlight Orange color makes for easy cast tracing and line watching for subtle takes. We often fish this line without a leader, though a properly sized clear fluorocarbon leader can be used if fishing highly pressured waters.

Features:

  • VEP – VARIVAS high tenacity¬†VEP nylon¬†line is 20x more abrasion resistant than ordinary nylon.
  • SP-F –¬†Super Fluoride Coating creates a water-repellent protective film on the surface of the line that protects against water absorption, increases casting distance, and improves abrasion resistance.
  • Parallel Wound Spool –¬†Parallel Winding prevents the line from collapsing under pressure, by maintaining the line‚Äôs shape and maximizing the original strength and linearity of the line.

 

1 review for Varivas Super Trout Advance Bush Trail VEP Nylon Line

  1. Hobie-Wan Kenobi

    Been my go to line for my backwoods trout fishing. Super tough line and orange color is great for tracking your cast in the air. The orange color greatly fades when in the water. Native brook trout do not seem to mind the faint color in the water.

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