Ardent Gliss

Ardent Gliss

4.5 (10 Reviews)
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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.

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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.

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Spencer Preston
very good for jiggs
5
This very sensitive line is great for jigging. I love how if I'm bank fishing a pond I can cast out a long ways and still get a good hook set from a far distance out. WIth ordinary line, you can't get a good hook set from a far distance.
Johnny Heisler
Very sensitive and feel every bite
5
Got some in 8 lb and 24lb very sensitive and sinks fast for jigging caught quick a few fish on it the other day and very happy with the line
Jonathan Almen
It did not do good...
2
The line really intrigued me at first. I loved the idea of thin, high performance braid. I used 30lb on my baitcaster and the line fell apart. It would unwind and the twist up. Just not what I was looking for. Might try again just to make sure I did not just get a bad spool, but very hesitant.
David Hernandez
40lb
5
So far so good. I been impressed with this line. Its very easy to tie knots and has a very smooth cast. I highly recommend this line.
Andrew Bromfield
Amazing Line
5
Tested out the Ardnet Gliss today in #40. Wow. Sensative, super smooth and casts a mile. Had no trouble using an Improved Allbright knot for my Gliss to leader connections. Try this line you will not regret it.
Steve Chiasson
12lb and 24lb
5
Tested the 24 lb flipping and pitching was very impressed with the no stretch super tuffness of this line. I could feel every nibble, setting hook was instant. I tried out the 12 lb cranking and when I crank I like to get alot of distance to cover more water. From the first cast with the 12lb gliss I gained 20-30ft more than with mono. I highly recommend trying this line it has worked for me and can work for you too. Check out ardentreels.com to get your hands on some
Jon Francis
Exactly what I was hoping for.
5
First off I will say that if you are set in your ways, Gliss probably isn't for you. I did a lot of research on Gliss before making the purchase because it was rather expensive for line. With my research I discovered that you need to use certain knots, and that the line is designed for finesse fishing, mostly on a casting reel. Because of the cost I started with a mono backer, then spooled 75 yards per reel. That will be more than enough for a season. To tie the lines together you have to use a double uni knot because of the super slick coating on the Gliss. Other knots will fail. To tie to your hook you should use a Palomar knot. It shows the two on the package, and they are the best from what everyone else having luck says. Another common suggestion is to use a fluorocarbon leader. I have only fished fairly open waters with my line so far, so I haven't bothered with it and haven't had an issue. With the 40 lb test Gliss my cast improved a lot. I can cast the Gliss 20 feet further with just a regular cast than I can with a full force cast on 6 lb mono with Reel Magic applied. The line acts almost as a middle step between mono and braid. It doesn't stretch, so you don't have to work to set a hook. You can feel even little nibbles if you keep the line somewhat taught. It's a great product, but it won't be for everyone. I would recommend giving it a shot though, because it is quickly becoming my favorite.
Roger Belk
No Bliss Gliss
3
I bought 2 spools of 40lbs. white Gliss because it takes 2 spools to fill one reel. I'll start with the pros... PROS: Cast well at first, The line is really thin, feel like dental floss, I could feel ever bump and hit with the rattle trap. CONS: Casting after a catch or hang up, the string gets pull in to the spool with the outer layer of Gliss over the out line. Then if you go for a long cast, the line will catch and snap quick and easy. I lost $13.00 in Rattle Traps before I just changed rods. Later that night I re spooled that reel.
Chad Whisenhunt
Best Line Ever
5
I recently read an article on GLISS monotex, line choice is always a concern of mine and i decided to investigate this product. WOW is all i can say... 18lb test in a .007 diameter??? Unheard of!!! 150 yards spooled up on my baitcaster at half spool and i can say for sure GLISS is tough as nails... Zebra mussels in my lical lake can be very abusive on line and the GLISS seems very abrasion resistant.. Great product that will forever be my first choice
Adam Mundy
Never Looking Back
5
I had the opportunity to use some Gliss 8# on my spinning reel this weekend. I was shocked to say the least. It has the diamiter of sewing thread, and the strength of braid, allowing you to feel EVERYTHING! Frustrated with your casting distance now? Switch the Gliss and watch your cast travel for miles! Thanks Ardent for putting out such a great new product!
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