Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 293
Rated 5 out of 5 by vanishman Berkley vanish
I would recommend vanish to anyone who loves to fish,most people just dont care for the line, but i wouldnt use any other....It doesnt matter, spinning gear or baitcasting, 4 pound or 20 pound test, vanish is the best line for the situation, way to go berkley....
July 15, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tom Sharpe Terrible line for spinning reel, light tackle fish
I tried the original Vanish, and could not get it to stop unraveling off of the spool, even putting it on wet and adding Tangle Free. The only way I could make casts without it looping, was to make certain there was only just enough line on the spool for it to cast properly. After a year or so I decided to give the gold-tinted a try. Same dismal results!!I definitely do not recommend it for light tackle fishing! Too much spool memory, and not limp enough.
July 7, 2006
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bassmaster Berkley Vanish
This line results in alot of strikes, due to its zero visibility, but I have broken off almost every single fish. The Vanish Transition is much, much better. Want to use flourocarbon, go with the Transition! Spend the extra couple of bucks. you will be glad you did.
June 29, 2006
Rated 4 out of 5 by dmbills Good but expensive line
I recently replaced Trilene XL with this line on my Texas rig and weighless rig to gain more sensitivity. It is more sensitive than monofilament and line memory isn't as bad as expected. For tournament fisherman, the additional cost is justified. Just fill the spool partially with inexpensive line and use a blood knot to connect the lines to make the most of your money.
June 27, 2006