Seaguar® Fluorocarbon Leaders - 25 Yards

   

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25 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.235 mm

Model:
10FC25

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25 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.285 mm

Model:
12FC25

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25 Yards

15

Diameter:
0.33 mm

Model:
15FC25

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25 Yards

20

Diameter:
0.405 mm

Model:
20FC25

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25 Yards

25

Diameter:
0.435 mm

Model:
25FC25

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25 Yards

30

Diameter:
0.52 mm

Model:
30FC25

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25 Yards

40

Diameter:
0.62 mm

Model:
40FC25

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25 Yards

50

Diameter:
0.66 mm

Model:
50FC25

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25 Yards

60

Diameter:
0.74 mm

Model:
60FC25

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25 Yards

80

Diameter:
0.81 mm

Model:
80FC25
  • Low-visibility
  • Superior abrasion resistance and knot strength
  • Fast sinking
  • Durable enough for use in harsh saltwater environments
Seaguar's low-visibility Fluorocarbon Leader has a refractive index much lower than that of monofilament, making it nearly invisible. Offering superior abrasion resistance and knot strength, this high-tech 100% fluorocarbon leader sinks faster in water than other lines due to its higher specific gravity. Unmatched presentations and designed to hold up in the harshest saltwater environments. Color: Clear. 25 yard spool.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bang for Your Buck!!! This is a great product!!! Great for knot tying!!! I can see why Seaguar is the world leader in Flurocarbon leader!!! I strongly suggest this product to anyone looking for Flurocarbon!!! Only wish you got more line!!! December 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by The difference maker!!!! This is by far the best investment I ever made. 2 weeks ago I lost 9 quality blue fish on mono leaders and was heartbroken on the pier. I switched to Seaguar and lost not one fish!!! Not one!! Went from pier laughing stock to pier bully. Not one fish broke off and my rig stayed strong all night. This is the real deal and I will never use anything else!! Well worth the money and some!! 40lb does it every time! December 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by More strikes, more fish! I use the forty pound test to make pike leaders. Last year out of 39 pike I had just one bite off. And 6 of those pike were between 36 and 41 inches. My fishing buddy was using steel leaders and I outfished him 5 to 1. On a single trip I boated 7 quality pike he got nothing, same lures and equipment only difference was the leaders. I don't know if it's the invisibility factor or if it allows the lure to run more lifelike but it's not just random chance there is something to it. This year he is switching to Seaguar. It's thin enough to tie a conventional knot and heavy enough to take serious abuse, love it. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product!!!! Product is superior, easy to tie knots, strong. worth the money. August 1, 2011
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what knots should I use if I buy a 50lb+ seaguar fluoro leader and attach it to a 20lb braid?

should I add a snap swivel at the end? or tie direct to crankbait?
4 years, 2 months ago
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I use a knot where you make two loops through the swivel and the twist the tail around the main line five times and go back through both loops you made at first and pull tight, makes a beautiful knot that will not slip or break.

I would not use a snap swivel myself I have have back luck with them and big fish, think I would just straight tie.
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 - Apalachicola, FL
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I use a uni to uni knot with 6 turns on the mono to 10 turns on the braid.
Swivel or direct, it's your choice. Either way is good.
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 - Maui, hawaii
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albright or uni/uni..don't think you need a swivel with a crankbait..speaking about saltwater..
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 - Lansdale, Pa(fishing central NJ inshore, offshore)
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The Albright is a good knot for these two diameters, If you want to use a swivel use a barrel swivel between the two lines and then tie direct to crankbait.
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 - Wakefield, Ma.
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I would use a quality barrel swivel and Palomar knots for the line to line connection and a surgeons loop to the crankbait if it has no o ring
3 years, 3 months ago
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the seaguar knot (overhand knot that you twist 3 times and go through
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use the seaguar knot. take th 2 lines and make a loop out of them, twist the loop 3 times then bring the acess line through the loop
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use the "no name" or "albright" knot with less wraps
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