Seaguar INVIZX Fluorocarbon Fishing Line - 1000 Yards
Best fluoro bar none
I used to respool line once a month but since tying this line on I only have to respool once or twice a year. One key if using on spinning reel. Spool your line on reel, but then be sure you are on the water when you open the bail and let the line out. Let out all of your line holding your rod in the water so the line stays submerged. Let line drag in water behind boat for a few mintues and then reel in. No more crows nest after doing this, and this line lasts forever.
April 26, 2011
I put 10 lbs test on my spinning reel about a week ago, and i am dissapointed! it is abrasion resistant, and it is also strong.. and it is ok when it comes to sensetivity, the only thing i want to warn you about is the birdnests that are created when casting weightless lures. I have had to cut alot of line off my reel because of them, but other than that. it is okay line. i would recomend xps or even something cheaper like berkley vanish over this (for spinning tackle).
July 22, 2010
I have fished Ambassadeur casting reels since 1955 and have cleared thousands, maybe 10's of thousands, of "whuplashes" but not with Seaguar. When it tangles, get out your clippers, you will need them. I don't need the aggravation and wasted time. It makes a good leader, other than that no thanks.
March 7, 2014
So far it is the best and easiest to use fluorocarbon I have found. It seems to have less memory than some of the other brands. I think as with most fluorocarbon line it helps a lot to use a silicone spray as you put the line on the spool to help decrease memory especially on spinning reels.
October 11, 2011