Asso Invisible Pink Fluorocarbon Line

  • £16.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • 100% Highest Grade Fluorocarbon
  • Probably the best on the market
  • Pink for maximum invisibility
  • Perfect for Boat fishing
  • Supple but very strong and tough

North East Tackle, now selling Asso's Invisible Pink. The Asso Invisible Pink line can be considered the best Fluorocarbion you can buy! 


The line is coloured pink to offer the best invisibility in extremely shallow water.


The line is already used by many top boat anglers based around the world, Asso's Invisioble Pink is almost guarantee to be one the best selling lines in the UK.

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Orders Outside Mainland UK

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