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Seaguar® INVIZX™Fluorocarbon Fishing Line - 200 Yards

   

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  • Soft, castable and virtually invisible
  • Ideal for both spinning and casting reels
  • Made from 100% Seguar resins
  • UV-resistant
  • Abrasion-resistant
  • Impervious to cold conditions
  • Suitable for fresh and saltwater
Soft, castable and virtually invisible to fish, Seguar's high-performing INVIZX Fluorocarbon Fishing Line is ideal for both spinning and casting reels. Made from 100% Seguar resins, INVIZX is super strong yet sensitive enough to transfer light bites while offering advanced hook setting power and outstanding knot strength. INVIZX is also UV-resistant, abrasion-resistant, impervious to cold conditions and suitable for freshwater and saltwater. 200 yard spool.
Seaguar® INVIZX™Fluorocarbon Fishing Line - 200 Yards 4.3 5 141 141
Super Stong I have been using this line for years and it is extremely soft yet strong enough to pull up the big boys. My son caught this 6lb largemouth on 8 pound test while fishing a dropshot in 15 feet of water!! Great line and you can't go wrong with Seaguar!! May 26, 2014
The Fluorocarbon I was looking for! Over Christmas I purchased a new casting outfit with the intention of spooling it with fluorocarbon. I originally spooled it with P-Line 100% fluorocarbon because I'd had decent things to say about their Fluoroclear for leaders. It took me about half a dozen trips to hate that line because of its memory, so I looked for a replacement. After reading reviews about the InvizX line on here and wired 2 fish, I thought I'd give it a try. To say it's everything it is advertised as isn't even a fair assessment! I used both in 15lb test, so I had apples to apples comparison. The InvizX is not only softer, but it's thinner too, making it even more invisible in water! I spooled it up and used a few sprays of the KVD line conditioner on it, and it honestly casts with as much control as my rod with braid. If I do goof up on my cast and it overruns, it's never more than a couple loops. GREAT LINE! Even at $27 for a 200yd spool, I say it's still a bargain. I'd pay more knowing how good it is. May 5, 2014
Birdnests... For a while i heard nothing but good things about Seaguar so i figured i'd splurge a little and spend $20 on some good line for my spinning setup. A few casts in, i noticed the memory was pretty bad, and i absolutely DESPISE memory. So i was hoping that maybe it'd get better, but sure enough it birdnested. I gave up right then and there and took the line off. It was strong line, but man i couldn't handle that memory. I wouldn't buy this line, especially it being $20 for only 200 yards... March 22, 2014
Spooling InvizX on spinnig reel Early on in the reviews it was stated that the individual would spool up their reel, tie off to a stationary object; tree, fence post. Walk off a good distance of the line, stretch it and then reel the line back on, while the line was still tied to stationary object. I have found this to be very effective with fluorocarbon lines on my spinnig reels with one exception. I walk back to the stationary object, untie the line, leaving it to lie freely on the ground. Then I spray some KVD line conditioner on an old t-shirt and reel the line through the t-shirt to condition the line as well as keeping tension on the line. All the while the twists are being worked out as I reel the line back to me and on to the reel. I've had fluorocarbon break on me but it was because of a bad knot, not the condition of the line. I find InvizX to be much easier to work with than some of the other brands I've used, and they're supposed to be good lines. February 11, 2014
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I have read a lot of the reviews about this line.Some are good,some are bad.Memory seems to be a big issue with this line.But I noticed that's when casting.Would memory be a problem while trolling,which I do a lot of.Trolling is not like casting.
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I use the 12# test on a bait casting reel and have no problems with line memory until it starts to get old. You know it's getting old the when it starts to turn white instead of clear. You should have no problems trolling. I really wouldn't waste the money though-it's a much better casting line.
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Have used almost every new line that comes out. Braid is the only one that does not have memory and I dislike braid. The Invizx is about as good as it gets for trolling or casting. Don't spool to tight, use a line conditioner such as BPS KVD. I respool just about every trip. If you respool only 50 yds at a time you get 4 trips out of a 200 yd spool.
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Lets face it, all line has memory. This line has low memory. The best thing to do with fluoro is string it up right before a fishing trip then go fishing with it to get it good and stretched out that day, and it's good to go all season.
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Unfortunately, yes.
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No, very soft, little spool memory.
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No it doesn't, and all of the memory that I have experienced with the line has been very easily worked out.
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Mike, yes the line does have spool memory but not as much as the other fluorocarbons that I have used. I change line every other trip that way it does not get bad.
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what it has won't be a problem.
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Yes it is awful
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Some but not much! Better than most!
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Yes it does. Not as much as the red label, but it does have it. Some line conditioner will help, but all fluorocarbon lines will have more memory that other types of lines
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I am looking at buying this line to use on my dedicated weightless senko rod. I had bought 15# test and my rod wont cast it. Seeing all the positive feedback on this line what # do I need? Or is there a better selection for my application? 6' st. croix avid w/ quantum pti a reel.
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I use 10# test when fishing a weightless senko and have no casting issues...
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15# is overkill. I guess it all depends on what part of the country(size of fish you're catching) but I would throw that senko on on 6-8lb line. Definitely wouldn't go over 10. I'm guessing your trying to throw that on to stiff of a rod. Try a 6'6" medium action rod.
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It depends on the type of cover. I use 12lb test in moderate weeds for 4-5 " senkos. For heavy cover, using a flipping rod, 17 lb. or higher.
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Use eight pound if you are fishing smallmouth
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Hey Adum12 I had the same experience - line has too much memory I have to load it up with line butter to even use it
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I would try the 12lbs.
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I found the Seaguar line more castable than a couple other floroucarbons I've used. However, I suggest you consider changing the rod for that setup. I do a lot of fishing by pitching a weightless senko on places with snags and pilings, like the Potomac River, and I like the 15-lb range for my line in my rig. What works for me is a topwater rod. I use old Zell Rowland models that All-Star used to make. They're in the 6'6" to 6'10" range. Yes, they are a little light to be pitching with at close quarters, but they do the job, and the tradeoff is that they provide excellent control of that weightless lure.
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You didn't indicated whether it is a spinning or baitcasting reel. I use 8lb test on my spinning rod and it casts great.
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If you are fishing it weightless then you are finesse fishing it. I would put it on a spinning combo with 8lb test. If you want to use it with a casting combo then I would use 10 pound
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DO NOT USE THIS LINE! It is the worst line I have ever used. It has very high memory and consistently backlashes. I recomend P-Line.
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A line gets spooled on your reel, leaders get tied to the main line. The Flouro tends to be clearer than braid or mono. Doesn't cast as well as braid.
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Fluorocarbon main lines tend to be more supple (less stiff), and easier to manage than leader material. They both have the FC properties of similar light refraction in water and density.
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It is my understanding that leader material is stronger over a shorter leangth, where as line is stronger over the long leangth
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normally the leader will have less line and less size options.
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i dont think that there is any difference, i use braided line and in clear water the fish dont like to see it. by adding 6 feet of flourocarbon it seesm to increase the bites i get, double check the knots between braid and flourocarbon.
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Not much. The main difference is the line weights they come in. The leaders will generally be available in weights up to 80-100lbs, maybe more. The line usually is available in weights up to 20lb. I actually use line for leaders in situations where you don't need a super strong leader. I never fill a reel spool with fluorocarbon. It's a waste of money.
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nothing, i use this as a hook length
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the difference is the amount on the spool in terms of yards, i dont believe the leader is tapered
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I have always believed that the only difference between the regular spool and the leader spool of any type of line was the length of the line in the package.
Leader line is packaged in a shorter length so you don't have to purchase a full spool to make leaders.
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There is no difference between the two as far as what they are made of. One is all of the line on your reel and the other is a certain length (leader) of line attached to your main line usually by means of a barrel swivel.
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While not true for all fluorocarbon Seagur InvizX is thinner the mono. The 10lb is the same size as 6lb Suffix Elite. That said, don't waste your money spooling up a complete spool of fluorocarbon. Use it for leader material.
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Yes, although it will be slightly less in diameter. So, you may be able to go up to the next weight class if your rod can handle that test.
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Yes no problem, it sinks faster than mono
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I myself am using smaller test with this line. It just seems to be stronger than mono of the same test. However, this line in the same pound test is usually smaller in diameter. Example- Invizx 15lb. is the same diameter as Trilene 12lb. mono so if you were using Trilene mono just changing to Invizx in the same test would be like going down a line size.
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if you go with the same # test you were previously using you will be able to get a few more yards on than you would with mono for example I have 8 pound mono and the diameter is .011 Then I have 10 pound fluoro and the diameter is .010 I hope this helps you answer your question
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I'm using 10 lb on my baitcaster for texas rigging worms, tubes, & creature bait and it is working well. My spinning reels have 8 lb for waky and finese fishing and that is also working very well.
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the only difference between mono and flourocarbon is what the line is made of but not alot of difference in diameter. the diameter of fishing line can vary from brand to brand.
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yes the diamiter of the line is smaller but you will have the best line on the market
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Yes, that would work.
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I would use a little heavier pound test than if you were using mono. It is practically invisible, so a little bit of a larger diameter won't hurt. It has lower stretch so it is still sensitive and won't break as easily.
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you could get a higher pound test in fluorocarbon because it is thinner
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