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Seaguar® AbrazX™ Fluorocarbon Fishing Line is made with Level Wind Technology™, Seaguar's exclusive design process that spools the line by laying it down on its side, never crossing for super smoothness without any line overstress or twist. Ideal for freshwater spinning and baitcasting, this 100% fluorocarbon AbrazX line has unparalleled abrasion resistance and is virtually invisible underwater.
Great all around line
I use this line on all my rods except top water & when I use braid, This line seams to have less memory than
the invizx, The tatsu is better but this is half the cost so I change it more often, all three are great lines!
but to simplify I use this Abrazx.
May 6, 2011
The most abrasion resistant flurocarbon yet
I have tried alot of flurocarbon lines on the market today, but have yet to fish one that holds up as well as Abrazx from Seaguar. I have fished it in all kinds of structure including grass, wood, docks, and rock. I am very impressed and would strongly recommend using this product when fishing around tough cover when visibility plays a roll in getting strikes. This flurocarbon line allows you not only to get extra bites, but gurantees you will get the fish in the boat as well.
August 18, 2010
in my opinion this is the best line period.i have used vanish/transition/yozuri/p-line/berkley professional.i have used this line for a year or better now very happy with its performence.wish berkley made a product as good as this because ide rather by american!
May 18, 2010
I like it !!!
I took a chance and bought this line before going down to Falcon Reservoir for my sons Graduation present. My son boated many fish from 3lbs to 9 lbs. with this line (20 lb.). Many people were using 50 lb. braid to bring their fish to the boat. I also used it and brought in several fish over 7 lbs. with this line (20lb.). We both thought that it came off the spool very well, and we even had some 10 to 15 mph wind to deal with. I recommend this line for fishing in the thick stuff (mesquite trees or anything like it). Thank you !!!
April 7, 2010
Memory is bad on spinning gear only if you get too heavy lb test compaired to weight of your bait. This line is thicker so go one lower lb test than say Berkley Vanish like if you use 8lb in Vanish than go 6lb in Vicious or even 4lb depending what species your after i guess. 20lb test in any line with just a Senko worm and hook with no weight will cause u a bad cast every time from my experience with line in my life time lol i would personally like to try the Suffix Mono on my spin gear some day it seems good my buddy is trying it out right now. Im hooked on Vicious for my baitcasters though
With any flourcarbon line, you don't have to worry about memory. I do this every time I fish. Tie off to something, walk 40 yards, pull the line tight and it will pull the memory off the line. You will be good for the whole day. Tried this with several flouro lines, works with each one. You can test the theory as soon as you pull it off the spool. you will see memory on the line, just take a few yards and pull tight and you will see it fall flat.
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