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20 RM 175
  • Superior knot and tensile strength
  • Virtually invisible underwater
  • 100% fluorocarbon
  • Levelwind Technology™
  • Casts easier than conventional lines
Seaguar Red Label Fluorocarbon Fishing Line is ideal for use as a freshwater main line with superior knot and tensile strength and nearly invisible performance. Constructed of 100% fluorocarbon and made with Level Wind Technology™, Seaguar's exclusive design process that spools the line by laying it down on its side, never crossing for super smoothness without any line overstress or twist. It also eliminates cross contact marks to maintain line strength and spools and casts easier than other lines.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by early thoughts I wish Bass Pro would ask for a response later in the season after I'd had time to use this product more in order to give a fairer evaluation. That said, I've been out twice to date (southern Iowa - the ice has only been off the water for about a week where I fished). On 3-29 I caught 2 bass on a rod spooled with this line in 10# test and a flat crankbait. One bass weighed 6-1 and the other 3-5. On 3-30 I caught one bass with this line tied to a suspending jerkbait, the fish was another 6-1. Based on this very limited experience I'm completely satisfied. It cast well and handled each situation well. At this point I'm quite happy with it and certainly look forward to continuing using it. With more experience I might rate it a 5. April 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seaguar Red label Flurocarbon For the price this is the best line ever!!! Highly recommend this. March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by good stuff start off by saying i use sunline fluoro most of the time so i know whats good! dont listen to these people that say it tangles and its weak because its good stuff at an amazing price point, if it coils on you use line conditioner thats what its for, this stuff handles great on spinning and baitcasters you just got to know how to treat it, if you flippin retie after some casts just like other line. if you are on a budget and want good quality fluorocarbon try this stuff its good March 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by ultimate Truely a top line product. Should have used fluorcarbon line sooner. March 10, 2014
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Is fluorocarbon or monofilimant better for fishing spinnerbaits
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Excellent for spinner baits. Low stretch for instant hook set and line does not float allowing control of depth easier.
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i made the switch from mono to floro a couple years ago because, i did not like the stretch factor involved with mono, especially if you are fishing spinnerbaits aggressively like we do in the north.
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I would not use this for spinerbaits. This line tangles to easily.
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I prefer mono for spinnerbaits because it has more stretch, therefore will not take the bait away from the bite.
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i use mono and catch fish all the time. but either will work fine.
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I would use flurocarbon on all of my baits because the fish cannot see it and that is a plus for me.
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Yes. Its low diameter and strength helps you to get a smaller knot (between the braid and fluoro) so their is less friction.
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yes,ties up easy
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probably not
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It's great
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Yes it does. Just. Match up diameters and your set
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It would make a good short leader.
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I use it all the time to tip it on spinning and baitcasting gear for clear water and high pressure situations. I use a Uni-to-Uni knot to attach to 15-50lb. braid. Also great as a shock-leader on treble-hooked lures
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It would be a good flourocarbon leader for braid. This fishing line is very strong, has a very small diameter, and has excellent knot strength.
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It is great as a leader for braid.
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I would say yes. I have this line on all my reels but have never used as leader. Very good line tried most brands and found this best for the money.
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 - Lyerly, Ga.
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This line will work for braid if you use a proper knot to connect the two. I have not had any problems with a uni to uni connection. I would recommend wrapping each uni knot 6-8 wraps and wet the knots well before cinching them together. If price is not an issue, I would go with the abrazx or invisx over the red label.
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Is this line red in color?

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Like most fluorocarbons, it's clear.
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no, this line is not red in color. it is clear. If you are looking for a fishing line that is red in color, use either braid or a type of Mono called cajun line
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No, it's clear.
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No, in fact adding color to any fluorocarbon will make it weaker. Its as invisible as any other fluorocarbon, just a little bit thinner.
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no, not at all. it is the color of the lake/pond/resovior you fish!
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no its completely clear
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No this line is not red it is called red label because it is a more economical priced line.
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no. This line is clear.
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no its clear thats the brand
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No, its actually clear. When i first heard about it I thought it was red to.
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No. It is clear.
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