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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.
Superior abrasion resistance and knot strength
Durable enough for use in harsh saltwater environments
A Must for Leaders
I have been using Seagur Fluorocarbon leader material when fishing Striped Bass for years. They definately make a difference especially when using live bait, I use 50-60 LB material which is a little difficult when tying a knot. This stuff is strong and abrasive resistant and invisible to fish!
March 22, 2011
Seeing, no not seeing is believing!
Can't imagine why anyone who is serious about catching, not fishing, would not be using fluorocarbon leaders. I have tested it against regular mono in every situation from wreck fishing to live lining to top water plugs and it does increase your hook-up ratio! This sea gar fluoro is great..don't scrimp on the line..it's your only connection!
December 31, 2010
this is the best leader you can get. yes it is expensive but it is worth it when you catch a big bull red or a 40 inch snook. this leader is literally invisible and holds up.
November 26, 2010
this leader is invisible. i use it to trout fish on grass flats and the trout cant see a thing.
November 14, 2010
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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