After two years feedback and continuous research, Platypus has remastered their popular Platinum Braid, to produce a stronger thinner Braid whilst still retaining the softness of the original best-selling line. By employing a unique braiding process we are able to pack the PE fibres+ closer together decreasing diameter and enhancing the strength by up to 25%. When consulting with anglers one of the most important properties is softness, this increases handleability of the braid enabling smoother, more trouble-free casts.
Please see attached the press release for the newly landed Sufix Super 21 – available in stores now.
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CJ Marine 8 Legana Park Dr, Legana TAS 7277
(03) 6330 2277
10 Gemalla Rd, Margate TAS 7054
(03) 6267 1456
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Trev and I had a nice trip to little lake on Sunday caught fish on hard body lures , the fish are a lot bigger than the last couple of seasons in my opinion cant wait to get up there in the summer
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