Seaguar® AbrazX™ Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
Not Worth the Price
Broke off 17lb line the first hard smallmouth that hit. I was fishing rocky areas below Pickwick and this is why I put the abrasion resistant line on. I had only thrown the spinnerbait for 20 minutes and caught one smallmouth on it without retying. The line cast good, just not as stong as I thought.
July 2, 2013
This is my second year using the Abrazx and I haven't found anything to complain about. Although it is expensive compared to mono, most 100% fluoro costs about the same. I find this line has incredible abrasion resistance, and prefer it over Trilene and Berkeley Vanish. I haven't tried Sunline yet and Seaguar Tatsu is out of my price range, so no comparisons there. But I have pulled this line out of the mouths of pike and pickerel, and seen it wrapped around teeth, and only had one or two breakoffs ever. I've seen all I need to see. In circumstances where I don't need as much abrasion resistance I've been using Seaguar Invizx with good results.
May 27, 2013
This line has a good knott strength,and is easy to cast. I use it on a bait caster and have had no problems.
October 24, 2012
Great Inshore Line!!
I have used Berkley Vanish Flourocarbon for a few years now and have been satisfied with its performance, but I wanted to try something new and picked up a spool of this. Its wonderful! I just got back from my first flats trip using it. It has wonderful knot strength, will not break, and casts a mile. I was using the twelve pound test and caught everything from seatrout to sharks. Never once did this line break. I fished for over two days and caught over 35 keeper trout and this line never let me down. I am buying another spool for my other reels the next time I am in Bass Pro.
April 26, 2012