Gliss - 40 pound test

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Available in 4 colors and 5 weights

SUPERIOR PEFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS:

Developed through a 5 year proprietary process, Gliss has multiple superior
performance characteristics to fluorocarbon, monofilament and braid line.

Thin & Slick composition provides incredable casting distance

Zero stretch provides ultimate sensitivity

Thinner than braid with comparable strength for superior management

Zero line twist makes Gliss more manageable on spinning reel applications

Soft form provides increased castability and distance

Retail price is 15-20% less than braid
Buy It Now Price: $14.99
MSRP:$14.99


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Gliss is a new 4th form of fishing line that is produced by a breakthrough extrusion process of high modulus polyethylene fibers. Gliss has qualities of both monofilament and braid. Gliss has zero stretch and the lowest diameter to breaking strength of any line. .010 diameter Gliss equals 4kg/8lb strength.

PRO ANGLER TESTING & COMMENTS: After a very successful intro by WFT in Europe, Gliss has been extensively tested in North America. Testing has been performed by bass elite and FLW tour anglers in addition to saltwater and freshwater professional guides.

“I caught fish with Gliss that I could not have caught with other line due to its incredible sensitivity.

Softness of Gliss produces superior castiblity resulting in increased distance I don’t get with braid

Gliss is the easiest line I’ve ever fished because it has zero line twist

When dropshotting, I can get down faster due to it’s small diameter and cuts right through the water.

Gliss is much thinner than typical braid which allows leaders to be tied with out hanging up in the micro guides of bass rods.

I’ve been a pro for 20 years and haven’t purchased 1 spool of line but I will buy Gliss and compete with it. “

Darren Ivan Schoenfeldt
Sunday, 05 May 2019
Its awsome line it real strong won't break it

Jeremy Gordon
Sunday, 29 July 2018
I really like the 40lb Gliss. It has great strength, casts a mile, and holds up pretty well. The con's to it though are it and all the Gliss I have used frays easily and is not a long lasting line. Also, it is really hard to get a back lash picked out. And as your picking it out, it frays more. Works well on spinning gear too, but does twist pretty easily. I have had quite a few break off's, but it held up well bass fishing catching a ton of sub 40 Muskies.
Keegan
Monday, 10 October 2016
The Gliss lineup has blown me away with its unique properties. I use the 40# while bottom bouncing walleye and finding the bottom has never been easier with a high visibility, floating, extremely durable line.
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