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Seaguar® Tatsu™ is an amazingly supple, fluorocarbon line that offers extraordinary knot strength, exceptional castability, and Seaguar's state-of-the-art Double Structure construction process. Created from two custom, 100% fluorocarbon resins, Tatsu has a softer exterior resin which enhances knot strength and a high-density interior resin that improves tensile strength. The innovative Double Structure process results in a high-performance fluorocarbon line that offers anglers tremendous application flexibility. Tatsu can be spooled on spinning and baitcast reels as a mainline, tied to braid as an inshore top shot and as a premium leader material. Plus, Tatsu also features Seaguar's Level Wind Technology™ which spools the line by laying it down side-by-side with no crossover to ensure maximum line strength without line stress or twist.
The best line I've ever used super strong, limp, great casting distance mainly use for finesse fishing little expensive but for tournament fishing its paid for itself
January 21, 2012
Best Fluorocarbon yet!
I have fished a lot of different fluorocarbons, P-Line Halo, Sunline, BPS brand, and even other Seaguar products and Tatsu is by far the best of them all.
Advantages: Strong, great knot strength, low memory *for fluorocarbon*, lays on the spool better than any other fluorocarbon i have fished, very durable, great abrasion resistance and it is quite reasonably priced for a truly premium line.
This is not a line for weekend wannabes, and i would not put it on your old 303 either. As far as managing the line i would use some KVD line and lure conditioner. It always does the trick on my fluorocarbon.
November 20, 2011
I was so curious about this line I'll give an honest review for others who want to know if it lives up to the hype. I paired it with a Stradic 3000 and a G Loomis Bronzeback and I was using the 10 lb test.
Extremely strong. Over the course of 3 days I only lost 2 jigs. The line is so strong it would bend the hooks straight and still hold the knot. Also landed some big small mouth and the line held them.
Senisitve. Quite sensitive for 10lb test. Landed 30+ small mouth over a few days. Fished it with jigs, senkos and other soft plastics. Very easy to detect hits.
Casting distance is average for most fluro and it comes off the spool nicely with little memory.
Cost. Self explanatory.
On the 3rd day I did develop a loop in the line that required some management. After 3 days of constant use I expect to encounter some problems but overall it was minor. I can't say for certain if this will become an ongoing issue.
Overall I will continue to use this line for clear water small mouth fishing. I cannot stress enough how strong this line is which might justify the purchase for most. In terms of sensitivety and casting distance, its probably just a bit better than most flurocarbons on the market.
September 18, 2011
Seaguar fluoro, still the best
Perfect for tying onto braid. I use seaguar fluoro for all my fresh and salt water fishing. It's strong yet supple enough to tie.
Would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't for the price which coupled with Bass Pro shops shipping and handling charges made it the most expensive line I have ever purchased.
September 13, 2011
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