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2000 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.23 mm

Model:
V206-15

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8

Diameter:
0.25 mm

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V208-15

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10

Diameter:
0.28 mm

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V2010-15

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12

Diameter:
0.31 mm

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V2012-15

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14

Diameter:
0.33 mm

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V2014-15

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17

Diameter:
0.38 mm

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V2017-15

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2000 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.41 mm

Model:
V2020-15
  • Refracts light like water
  • Virtually invisible to fish
  • Shock absorbent
  • Maintains strength when wet
Virtually invisible and proven not to spook fish! Designed to refract light just like water, Berkley's Vanish Fluorocarbon Fishing Line is virtually invisible to fish. Vanish Fluorocarbon also maintains its strength when wet (unlike other lines), casts well, and is sensitive enough to detect the softest bites. Plus, Vanish offers excellent shock absorbency when you set the hook.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 293 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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 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 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
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is it 2lb line

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No it was 10lb line
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its stiff but yes it is... use as a leader and not main line
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It depends on what pound test you want!!!
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I've noticed after fishing very muddy water that the mud stains my fluorocarbon line and turns the line a very light brownish color.
Does this affect the invisibility of my fluorocarbon?
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Yes. Clean the gunk off before it dries and your fine. On your "last" cast - reel it between your wet fingers and it clean as a whistle.
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I have not run into this problem and I fish in stained water most of the time
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I noticed this discoloration last fall on a fishing trip. I use Kevin VanDams flourocarbon line spray, after fishing with line aweek later and spraying the line with the treatment, it cleared up. Not sure if it was visible while it was stained, but it did clean off and returned to its natural underwater invisibility.
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ive fished murky and muddy waters for years and so far with my experience using the flurocarbon line no it dose not effect it at least not enough u should worry about it but if it dose try using reel magic spray on lube it will keep the dirt and muck off the line and it wont be able to stain it
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I've never had this problem in my area but you may want to try WD-40 or Goo Gone sprayed on a towel and your line run through the towel to see if that takes care of it. I've had good success with those products for removing a variety of stains and sticky items left deposited on alot of items.
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overall yes, just cut the affected line off and retie.
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Not reealy that would only affect it if u then went and fished incredibly clear water like say table rock were im from in missouri or bull shoals the line should actualy be less visable due to it take on the water charter risticks but if your still woried about it you can always respoll
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waters here are filled with dirt and vegetation. brackish tidal waters in some places too. my line seems to stay invisible in the water and i've never noticed stains.
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well if your fishing dirty or muddy water and your line is muddy probally not but if it gets mud on seperate parts of your line then it does because the fish can se what looks like a pattern of mud wads.
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I wouldnt think so. Only if you go from very stained line from dirty water to ultra clear water. But i wouldn't worry about it.
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I think that the better question is, does it effect the visibility of your fluorocarbon? The answer yes it will but only it you were to go fish clear water. Even though the line might stain a little I don't think that it would be enough to cancel out the light refraction of the line especially in murky water. I fish inland lakes so I am all to aware of your problem. Also, if I can land bass on braid then I don't think it would pose a problem. Good luck, see you out there!
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