Seaguar INVIZX Fluorocarbon Fishing Line - 200 Yards
I use Seaguar Fluorocarbon line to make leaders for spoons while trolling for salmon. It is invisible in water and stong enough to hold 30 pound salmon. It is a great line, and it is the only fluorocarbon I use for leaders.
February 15, 2010
This is the BEST FC other then Toray and without spending 30 dollars a spool on Toray this is the best! it handles great it is pretty soft and cast great! by it you will love it.
August 23, 2009
Best fluorocarbon line I've used
After bad experiences with Berkeley Vanish fluorocarbon - constant breaks at knot (Palomar, San Diego, clinch, or blood knots) - I nearly gave up on fuoro altogether. I lost fish all the time. A friend recommended that I try Seaguar Invizx, so I picked up a spool of 8-lb. test and loaded it onto my deepwater spinning reel for finesse presentations. After a full summer into early winter of dropshotting, splittshotting and spoon jigging, I'm sold on it. Holds Palomar knot with great strength - never lost a fish or rig due to line breakage, whether at knot or due to line nicks. Just retied when I noticed nicks, a few times a day. The line is more stiff than Vanish or any mono I've used, so it tends to jump off the spool if you don't take care. Trail it without a bait behind moving boat to remove twist.
January 5, 2011
so far this is the best fluorocarbon i have used. it is easy to use and has great abrasive resistance. it also holds knots better than any other fluorocarbon i have used. i have 20# on my worm rod and i yanked the 8 pounder in the pic 16' out of the shoot of a duck blind all the while the line was rubbing on the corner post and then i had to get her through the lilly pads for 15 more feet before we finally netted her. i had zero nicks or abrasions on the line. i only cut about 4 inches off when i retied. i only had to spool that reel up one time last year.
January 26, 2010