Originally Posted by barbelboi
I have never used the line, however from the general feedback from people that have, and Berkley's own description, it appears that it's maybe best used for what it was made for i.e easier distance casting with light lures for bass.
if you took the original USA-centric marketing from the oft admired PowerPro braid, you may well say the same thing. However, UK and European anglers saw potential advantages for certain applications and gave it a try, despite all the "made for lure fishing" US marketing. Nanofil is no different. That's not to say that it'll work for every scenario, for every angler or even be any good at all after a reasonable evaluation period. If no one tries we'll never know. If the marketing gumph for every product was taken at absolute face value then I seriously doubt that any European coarse angler would have ever tried braid.
Go to the Berkley UK website and it says something quite different anyway.
"Minimum diameter but with superior strength
Direct contact to lures and bait
Immediate hook sets & no stretch
25-30% further casting ability with no more effort
Many applications for spinning/match/feeder/trotting
The ultimate bass, trout, sea trout spinning braid"
Berkley - Lines - Uni-Filament - NANOFIL