Transitions to gold or crimson above water for higher visibility to the angler
Strong and abrasion resistant
Vanish Transition is virtually invisible underwater so fish don't see it, yet it ''transitions'' to either gold or crimson red above water for higher visibility to the angler. Simply put, the fish aren't spooked and anglers can detect strikes faster. Berkley's Vanish Transition Lines maintain all the strength and abrasion resistance of fluorocarbon and are super-easy to control, with improved knot strength.
Rated 4 out of 5 by RainbowWrecker Vanish Does The Job
One of the best lines I've ever used it is high quality and performs nicely. It is responsive to the slightest nibble and gives me a solid set. My only issue really is the colors I've used clear, gold, and red, and wish they were a little more visible above the water surface like some of the other brands of fluorocarbon lines out there.
May 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jigfisher24 great line
I love this line been using it for quite awhile now great for jig fishing on my spinning rod i use the 10&12lbs cleae/gold its super strong just remeber to wet ur knot when u pull it tight to the hook
March 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak Neat concept
I use this mostly as my leader for fly fishing, it helps that i can see it and it really does seem to disappear under water. It becomes more "colored" when wet than it looks at the store. Really a cool concept and it has good knot tying strength as well!
March 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JackBancroft33 Great Fishing Line
I have used this line on my downrigger rods since 2006. Most people just use this as a leader but I put some mono backing on my reels and put the whole 250 yards on. I use 14# test as I downrig for lake trout and to date have not had any fish break off. I've caught 12, 13 & 17 # fish. I fish over 80 hours a year and each spring cut off about 10-15' of line and it is still going strong. I really like Berkley Vanish Transition. Certainly works for my application.
February 7, 2013
i would start out at 10# and see how things went. i like to keep going as light as i can till i cant land fish or break off too much. then i go back to the next pound test. im a firm believer in the lighest you can catch fish with the better.