Seaguar® AbrazX™ Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
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- Levelwind Technology™
- Ideal for freshwater spinning and baitcasting
- Unparalleled abrasion resistance
- 100% fluorocarbon
- Virtually invisible underwater
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. 100% fluorocarbon line has unparalleled abrasion resistance and is virtually invisible underwater.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Callahan1842 GreaT FlorocARBON Line
Very Strong and sensitive and it handles Jig fishing dense cover well.
April 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Angler88 Thin but STRONG!
I've always used the 'Invis-X' from Seaguar, and have had great experience with it, so I though I would try this new line, and I was very impressed! First of all, it's a little less expensive, but I was really surprised at how thin for the lb.test/diameter ratio, and was convinced this would make it weaker, but I happened on to a real good 'Bite' location, and was hooking up virtually every cast! I used it on my 'Worm' rod, and throwing a suspending pointer on another (which always gets slammed HARD!), so I was surprised at the impact strength...I used cheap lures at first...just to be sure, but then had no reserves about using more expensive lures (no fear of loosing one).
If you're looking for a good floro line, I would recomend trying this one.
May 16, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Laurence Excellent Line
I primarily fish saltwater, caught plenty of bass using this line. I used it on a Shimano baitrunner spinning reel. The 20# test will dead-lift 20 pounds off the floor with no trouble. It cast very well and was Very abrasion resistant; I fished it directly in the kelp beds.
May 14, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rjohn Broke off first set!
I spooled (15lb)reel last Thursday night, applied KVD's line conditioner. Fished Friday morning first hook set on a fish 5lbs or less.
Broke off at top of rod!~ All of my rods and reels are virtually new, no abrasions on eyes.
Can't seem to find a line that doesn't break that is actually workable on a baitcast?
April 13, 2009
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